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Leopard Motor Company to participate at Jaffna Trade Fair


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Leopard Motor Company is to participate at the upcoming 5th Annual Trade Fair in Jaffna, to take place from 17 to 19 January this year. The company will occupy three slots at the emporium – Nos. 175, 176 and 177 – and the event will take place at the Duraiappah Stadium. Leopard Motor Company is one of the leading and sustainable companies in the country’s automobile industry. It pioneered an innovative strategy in the Sri Lankan market with the launch of environmentally friendly and zero emission electric cars and bikes. Its vision, “to be the best inspired solution for electrically powered vehicles” in Sri Lanka accords well to a group of pioneering and innovative visionaries who head the company. Its achievements include, very primarily, the reduction of the high cost of living borne by ordinary consumers in the country, mainly by making available to them an affordable and cost-effective transportation mechanism. For further details, please contact Ravi on 0766903639.

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