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HNB-Indra Traders team up for special offers on unregistered vehicles and Foton trucks


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From left: Indra Traders Sales Manager Mylvaganam Dharshan, Indra Traders Senior Sales Manager Rasika De Silva, Indra Traders Sales Manager – Foton Trucks Tuan Ossen, Indra Traders Regional Sales Manager Saleela Rajapaksha, Indra Traders Assistant General Manager Mahesh Palihakkara, Indra Traders Director Sale and Marketing Hashindra Silva, HNB Deputy General Manager Retail Banking Sanjay Wijemanne, HNB Head of Personal Financial Services Kanchana Karunagama, HNB Senior Manager Leasing Niluka Amarasinghe, Assistant Manager Roshan De Silva 

Sri Lanka’s leading private sector bank, HNB PLC teamed up with Indra Traders to offer exciting leasing packages for all unregistered vehicles and Foton trucks, made available by the local automobile giant. 

The agreement was finalised at HNB Towers in the presence of HNB’s Deputy General Manager, Retail Banking Sanjay Wijemanne and Head of Personal Financial Services Kanchana Karunagama along with Indra Trader’s Director Sales and Marketing Hashindra Silva, Assistant General Manager Mahesh Palihakkara and Sales Manager Saleela Rajapaksha.  “There has been a noticeable increase in the number of vehicles purchased by Sri Lankans. Over the past year, vehicle registrations increased by 6.45% despite challenging market conditions, indicating that there is a very strong demand for vehicle ownership in the local market,” said Sanjay Wijemanne. 

Wijemanne went on to note, “This partnership with Indra Traders allows us the opportunity to offer our customers affordable leasing packages, customised to suit their needs, be it commercial or personal vehicles.” 

Customers availing themselves of the promotion will be entitled to special reduced interest rates in addition to a free life insurance cover of Rs. 4 million. The insurance is also anchored to discounted premiums from HNB General Insurance and a free credit card with the first annual fee waived off. 

Moreover, HNB customers also have the option of choosing either a structured or residual leasing facility, to better suit their budget, with minimal documentation, personalized service and doorstep assistance. 

“We are pleased to partner with HNB to offer affordable leasing packages inclusive of concessionary interest rates, benefits and our excellent after sales service through this promotion,” Indra Traders Director Sales and Marketing Hashindra Silva said. 

Indra Traders will offer HNB customers a special price scheme plus two services free of labour costs and further include a door wiser, carpets, reverse camera and a DVD player for every vehicle purchased within the promotion period.

Inaugurated in 1975 Indra Traders has diversified to a variety of business segments in the automobile industry. A supplier of high quality motor vehicles and related services, Indra traders today stands as not only a supplier of high quality vehicles, but also a transport solutions provider.  Operating through 250 customer centres across the country, HNB is one of Sri Lanka’s largest and most innovative banks, having won recognition from numerous international and local institutions for – its achievement of excellence in diverse fields.  HNB became the first Sri Lankan bank to obtain an international credit rating and was assigned a foreign currency issuer rating of B1 on par with the sovereign rating by Moody’s Investors Service, while it has a national long term rating of AA- (lka) by Fitch Ratings (Lanka) Ltd. 

 


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