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Sri Lanka continues to shine at ‘Jaguar Land Rover Everyday Legend Global Technician of the Year’

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SML Frontier Automotive, a member of the Access Group and sole agents for Jaguar Land Rover Sri Lanka, has won top honours at the ‘Jaguar Land Rover Everyday Legend Technician Awards 2019,’ held at the Jaguar Land Rover Training Academy Center in Singapore. 

SMLF garnered the award for the top three in the highly-vied ‘Technician of the Year 2019’ category. The awards includes 17 countries in the region from across Jaguar Land Rover’s Asia Pacific Retailer Network, who competed for these coveted awards.

Kavinda Perera was announced as the ‘Asia Pacific Technician of the Year 2019,’ ‘Top 3’. This marks SMLF’s first accolade being awarded at the prestigious awards for the training and expertise provided to groom the ‘Everyday Legends’ of the company. 

SML Frontier Automotive Managing Director Theo Fernando said: “The ability of our Sri Lankan team competing with the ‘best of the best’ at the Jaguar Land Rover awards and to come out on top is a very proud moment for us. We celebrate the dedication and sincerity of our team who have and continue to bring such high honours to Sri Lanka. Training of personnel to the highest standards has been the foundation of our efforts. This recognition is a demonstration of SMLF’s continuous commitment to deliver the highest quality of after-sales service to customers who own Jaguar Land Rover vehicles.”

Further highlighting the level of training and service offered by technicians, SML Frontier Automotive Aftersales Director Grahame Leitch stated: “Our technicians are all trained professionally with a huge array of skills that are crucial for us to meet our customer requirements. Our Everyday Legends as we call them are equipped to deliver great results.”


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