Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd has been a trend setter and market leader in motorcycle genuine oil segment in Sri Lanka and India. HONDA Genuine 4-Stroke Engine Oil is a premium quality engine oil specially designed to meet the challenging lubrication requirements of Engine, Clutch & Transmission and to offer fuel economy. It conforms API SJ & latest JASO MA (T903:2011) performance and has been developed in co-ordination with HONDA R&D. It offers quick start, rapid acceleration, smooth clutch performance, fuel economy benefit and reduces maintenance cost. It keeps engine components clean & free from deposits thereby protecting engine & oil life. This oil is environment friendly and it is recommended for all motorcycles manufactured by Honda Motorcycles & Scooters.
Honda Genuine 4-Stroke Engine Oil is imported by TVS Automotives Private Limited and exclusively distributed by Stafford Motor Company Limited the sole distributor for Honda in Sri Lanka.
TVS Automotives Pvt Limited the local agent for Bharat Petroleum Lubricants in Sri Lanka and Stafford Motor Company Limited signed an agreement to offer Honda Genuine 4-Stroke Oils to the Sri Lankan market. The agreement was signed by Mr.Chanaka Yatawara, (Director of TVS Automotives Private Limited and CEO/ Director of United Motors Lanka Plc) along with Dr.Kalinga Kaluperuma, Managing Director of Stafford Motor Company (Pvt.) Limited.
Mr.K.P. Chandy, Executive Director Lubricants, Launched the product in the presence Dr.Kalinga Kaluperuma, Managing Director of Stafford Motor Company (Pvt.) Limited. and Mr.Chanaka Yatawara, (Director of TVS Automotives Private Limited and CEO/ Director of United Motors Lanka Plc) . Mr. T.N. Ramakrishnan, Regional Manager-South and Mr.Thomas James, Country Manager – Sri Lanka were present representing Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. Also senior officials from Stafford Motor Company Limited and TVS Automotives (P) Ltd were present during the occasion.
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