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HNB Grameen Finance signs MoU with DIMO to offer special leasing packages for Tata vehicles and DIMO


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Sri Lanka’s pioneer in innovative leasing solutions, HNB Grameen Finance Ltd. recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Diesel & Motor Engineering PLC (DIMO), the sole agent and distributor for renowned automobile brands in Sri Lanka.

This agreement signed last week to offer exclusive leasing packages with lowest interest rates to customers who wish to buy Tata vehicles and DIMO Agri Machinery Vehicles which includes Mahindra tractors and Swaraj Tractors. 

HNB Grameen Finance Ltd. also offers their customers the option of choosing between structured and residual leasing and designing the leasing plan to fit the customer’s income and budget. Minimal documentation, personalised one day service, doorstep assistance are some of the benefits that customers will be afforded as a result of this partnership. 

DIMO meanwhile is geared to offer a host of benefits exclusively to HNB Grameen Finance Ltd. customers such as special discounts, free registration and insurance for selected vehicle models. 

Speaking at the MoU signing, HNB Grameen Deputy General Manager, SME and Leasing R.M.P. Dayawansa said: “This is a win-win for both the organisations as well as the customers because through HNB Grameen Finance Ltd’s unique, customisable leasing options and DIMO’s unparalleled reliability and reputation, the customer is guaranteed a convenient, customised and superior total solution.

“By entering into strategic partnerships of this nature, we hope to broad-base our clientele by offering tailored leasing packages and a wide choice of vehicle options to anybody looking to fulfil their dream of owning a vehicle,” he explained. 

Speaking at the event, Diesel & Motor Engineering PLC Director Vijitha Bandara said, “This tie up will help our customers to further enhance their capacities and make Tata range of vehicles and Agri machineries more affordable.”

Further information about the special leasing packages for Tata vehicles and Agri Machineries can be obtained from DIMO and HNB Grameen Finance Ltd. branches island-wide.  

 


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