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Seylan Colombo Motor Show 2018 from 19-21 October at BMICH

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Title Sponsor Seylan Bank: Seylan Bank DGM Consumer Finance Unit Delvin Perera (fifth from right) with Asia Exhibition and Conventions Chairman/Managing Director Tyronne Chandrasekera, Main Sponsor TVS Lanka: TVS Lanka CEO Ravi Liyanage (fourth from right) with Asia Exhibition and Conventions Chairman/Managing Director Tyronne Chandrasekera



Sri Lanka’s largest international automotive event, the ‘Seylan Colombo Motor Show 2018’ will be held over three days from 19 to 21 October at the Sirimavo Bandaranaike Memorial Exhibition Centre, BMICH. 

This 11th edition, organised by Asia Exhibition & Conventions Ltd. has Seylan Bank on board as Title Sponsor for the fourth consecutive year. Having reached an unprecedented level of maturity and acceptability, this show is anticipated by thousands who flock annually to view the exhibits and connect with the vast representation of the motor industry’s leading automotive manufacturers.

“Each year the event is revved up a notch further by us for the motor enthusiasts who benefit by the most comprehensive displays of motor cars and motor accessories along with local and foreign industry experts who offer the most up-to-date knowledge. The previous year saw a staggering crowd of over 80,000 visitors who valued the potential one-stop-shop effect created by the event which has continued to enhance the motor industry in Sri Lanka,” affirmed the organisers.

They added that the objective of the event is to provide consistency, efficiency, knowledge-ability and sustainability and to give visitors a feel of being immersed in a show that is on par with global standards. “We have continuously created a benchmark through the show which has grown exponentially throughout the years, attracting leading suppliers from all parts of the world to converge under one roof,” they added. 

The Partners and Sponsors this year are: Title Sponsor and Exclusive Banking and Leasing Partner – Seylan Bank, Main Sponsor - TVS Lanka Ltd., Official European Car Partner – Carmart Limited, Official Car Audio System – Pioneer – Damro Car Audio, Bike Stunt Partner – Yamaha Motor Bike, Personal Protection Partner – Puritas Ltd. and Official Automobile Equipment Supplier – Cartec Trading Ltd.

This year the show will comprise key components which are bound to serve as a potential motor fiesta for the visitors – Motor Car Show, 4X4 Off-Road Vehicles Show, 

Vintage Car Show, Volkswagen and Mini Minor Car Show, Commercial Vehicles and Custom-Built Vehicles, Boats and Water Sports Vehicles Show, Body Kit and Accessories, Car Audio Video and Security Systems Demo, Car Care Products Show, Leasing and Insurance Companies, Auto A/C Service Centres, Pro Cart Races, and Bike Stunts and more.  Acclaimed as the region’s most impactful event, the Seylan Colombo Motor Show 2018 is a lucrative platform for local and international representation of manufacturers, distributors and industry specialists to showcase their latest products and services which has continued to appeal to the key-buyers and affluent motor enthusiasts each year. Please visit www.colombomotorshow.lk for more information.   Asia Exhibition & Conventions Ltd. thrives on being an organiser of colossal events such as the ‘Motor Car’ and ‘Motor Accessories’ shows which have drawn a proportionately higher number of people from 80,000 to 100,000 each year, gaining a name for itself as a leading event management organisation since its initial foray into the field in 2007. 

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