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Environmental and eco-friendly pro-green tyres from Perera Tyre Service

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Perera Tyre Service Ltd. has come to the apex in business within a period of time. Located at No. 773/1, Talangama North, Malabe, Perera Tyre Service started its journey three decades back. It is accepted in the local market as well as international market and has reached its zenith today. 

The company imports and sells tyres, tubes and alloy wheels under the brand names Petlas, Toyoma, Chaoyang, Sunful, Firemax, Maruti, Starmaxx for buses, passenger cars, jeeps, light commercial vehicles, industrial vehicles, tractors and all multi-utility vehicles.

Today the company mainly focuses on selling more eco-friendly, cost effective green tyres and its suppliers are predominantly from Turkey, Taiwan, Indonesia, Korea, India and China. 

Petlas pro-preen tyre is made of special compound to ensure low rolling resistance, long life and good breaking performance. Petlas is the king of industrial and off road tyres and is an ideal investment for any budget-conscious institution or industrialist. Petlas has won almost all European and international accreditation certificates for its excellent quality. Choayan tyre imported by the company is China’s number one tyre company while Starmaxx – Korea and Maruti tubes – India have achieved world recognition. 

Since the start company has built its business using honesty, hard work and customer satisfaction as cornerstones during the past 30 years, it has developed a large market share for its products. Perera Tyre Service has a very strong dealer network including dealers, distributors and retail customers covering the entire island. 

Considering the increasing customer needs, the company has set up branches in Battaramulla, Kaduwela, Kuliyapitiya and its tyre-retreading factory is located at Athurugiriya.  Perera Tyre Service has a devoted staff, committed to customer service.

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