By Zahara Zuhair
Demak Sales and Services Lanka (Pvt.) Ltd, entered in to an exclusive sales and supply agreement with Transmec International (Pvt.) Ltd, the authorised distributor for French Lubricant brand Motul, in order to distribute Motul products in all Demak dealer networks.
According to the agreement, Demak will recommend Motul as the recommended lubricant in all Demak motorcycles, under the warranty and after the warranty period for better engine performance and extended engine life.
Through this partnership, it is expected to provide enhanced after sales service for Demak motorcycle owners, ensuring maximum performance.
In 2015, Micro Holdings was awarded with the franchise of Motul, who is the pioneer in synthetic automotive and industrial lubricants, under the subsidiary company Transmec International (Pvt.) Ltd.
“Motul has been in Sri Lanka since 2007, today it is a milestone where we sign a contract to supply with Demak in which they recommend Motul as their authorised brand to use it in all Demak motor bicycles in Sri Lanka,” Transmec International (Pvt.) Ltd, General Manager Channa Edirisinghe said. Though they have partnerships with other companies, this is their first official contract in Sri Lanka, he said.
He said that reason to tie up with Motul was its quality so they could avoid inferior oil entering engines.
Currently Motul in Sri Lanka supplies lubricants for all Micro vehicles which covers brands such as Alfa Romeo, Geely, Renault, Higer, Scania etc.
Demak Sales and Service Lanka (Pvt.) Ltd, as a subsidiary company of DNC Asiatic Holdings Sdn Bhd Malaysia, launched Demak motorcycles to Sri Lankan market. They have introduced a range of motor cycles from 90cc to 225cc such as DTM 150/200 scrambler (trail bike) versions, civic scooter, DZR, warrior, etc.
Motul established in 1853, has a wide range of synthetic and mineral lubricants which is recommended by most of the original equipment manufacturers namely, Mercedes Benz, BMW, Porsche, Subaru, Honda etc.
It is also the official lubricant partner for Moto GP from 2014 till to-date.