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Nawaloka Petroleum expands operations to become preferred automotive solutions provider

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Nawaloka Petroleum Ltd., a fully-owned subsidiary of Nawaloka Holdings Ltd., recently announced its plan for 2018 to expand operations in a bid to become the preferred automotive solutions provider in the country. Established in 2010, the company has in a short span of eight years become the complete solutions provider with products ranging from lubricants to batteries and tyres. 

The Nawaloka Petroleum product range includes globally recognised brands such as Total and Elf Lubricants, Volta and Nawata Batteries and Deestone, Royal Black, Austone and Sportrak tires. Through strong ties with multi-nationals, Nawaloka Petroleum has been trusted by global vehicular giants like Tata, Renault, Maruti, Peugeot, Nissan, Citroen and Kia.

Total Oil is the fourth largest oil company in the world and their lubricant oils, greases, break fluids and coolants are marketed and distributed solely by Nawaloka Petroleum under the Total and Elf brand names. 

Meanwhile, powering the nation’s transportation sector Nawaloka Petroleum’s very own brand Nawata batteries are built to German technology at the largest battery manufacturing plant in South Asia located in Bangladesh. Also in Nawaloka Petroleum’s portfolio is the “Volta” battery. Imported from Rahimafrooz Accumulators Ltd. (RAL) in Bangladesh, this battery perfectly suits the varying weather conditions of a tropical nation as it is developed in one. High standards of its operations are certified by both ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards. 

With a range of tyres to suit every terrain in our tropical island the Nawaloka Petroleum tyre range is built for any type of vehicle, be it road, track or racing. When it comes to the exterior of the vehicle, Nawaloka Petroleum also deals in the most sophisticated tyre brands in the world.  Austone is the fourth largest tyre manufacturer in China using superior American technology. It is also an original equipment tyre supplier to more than 30 leading vehicle companies in China, including Brilliance BMW, FAW-VW and China National Heavy Duty Trucks. Nawaloka Petroleum will be the sole agent for the Sri Lankan market. 

Meanwhile, Sportrak which is a more endurance and performance based tyre brand will also be available to the racing fanatics in Sri Lanka. Sportraktyres are sold in more than 100 countries and regions such as Southeast Asia, North America, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and South America.  All of the aforementioned products are available for both on and off-road vehicles, and for industrial machinery as well ensuring that Nawaloka Petroleum services the entire gamut of vehicles in the industry. With an island wide distribution network of more than 2000+ dealers, Nawaloka Petroleum guarantees that any product can be supplied within 24 hours of order. A sound technical team is also on call to provide continuous support.

Nawaloka Petroleum is a trusted brand used by renowned local motor car racers, while also working with the School Van Association of Sri Lanka promoting safe driving for school children. Further cementing the company’s position as an industry leader, Nawaloka Petroleum was also recognized as the Official Lubricants Partner for the Motor Show 2017. With awareness campaigns on safe-driving and sponsorship of racing events throughout the year, the company has also reached out to the masses thereby becoming a household name. 

Further strengthening its operations and widening its horizons Nawaloka Petroleum will also venture in to importing spare parts and accessories from Japan and India, and import and distribute leading car care products through its strengthened island wide dealer network this year. 

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