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TVS Lanka recently held its Annual Service Dealer Conference 2012 for its countrywide dealer network at the Randiya Hotel in Koralawella, Moratuwa.

With an attendance of over 350 service dealers covering all four corners of the island, representative from TVS and Sons TVS Motor Company Ranjith Fernando – Chairman United Motors and the Management Team of TVS Lanka attended the occasion.  



The colourful event was themed ‘Speed’. “The thinking behind the theme was that today’s evolving customer needs are changing rapidly and as an organisation to be ahead of the race we need to be proactive and fast in our delivery, after sales service is an area that TVS Lanka is always are head of its competition and we have seen that TVS customers are always loyal to the brand TVS,” stated Geethal Anthony, Head of Marketing

The Dealer Conference educated service dealers on emerging and innovative trends in the industry and recognised them for their exceptional performance. Many awards were given out in recognition of the outstanding performance to the top dealers as well as special tour packages and cash prizes for dealers and TVS Lanka field service staff.

CEO of TVS Lanka Sampath Agalawatta said: “My congratulations to all of you for your outstanding performers for this year who have worked very hard to achieve the set service standard and targets and strengthening the TVS brand and the grassroots. For the coming year speedy delivery will be the key and way forward.”

TVS Lanka is backed by the strength and stability of United Motors Lanka (UML) PLC and TVS and Sons. UML is one of the largest automobile companies in Sri Lanka operating for over 65 years while TVS and Sons is one of the leading automobile players in India with a history of over 100 years.


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