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Tergo launches premium auto care centre in Pamankada

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Chief Guest Nawaloka Holdings Director Harshith Dharmadasa lighting the oil lamp


Redline Capital Managing Director Chandula Perera, Group Public Relations Manager Karen Taylor and Redline Capital Head of Finance Anuruddha Nanayakkara


The Tergo service team


A fully-owned subsidiary of Redline Capital, Tergo Auto Care opened its state-of-the-art auto care and vehicle detailing centre in Pamankada, Colombo 6 recently. The opening ceremony was attended by Nawaloka Holdings Director Harshith Dharmadasa. The event was also attended by Redline Capital Managing Director Chandula Perera, Directress Givanthi Dharmadasa and many other vehicle enthusiasts. 

Following auspicious and religious observances the auto care centre was open to the public at No.724, Havelock Road, Pamankada, Colombo 6.

Speaking at the opening ceremony, Redline Capital Managing Director Chandula Perera said: “Tergo has already established itself in the service industry through the parent company Tergo Services that manages a high-quality commercial facilities’ management services. Whilst in that business we noticed a gap in the market for high quality auto care and servicing as well as detailing. Sri Lanka has a considerable super car and luxury car collection while also having a large number of discerning vehicle owners who want only the best quality care for their vehicles. This is why we decided to launch Tergo as a service provider of premium auto care solutions.”

Tergo Auto Care will offer customised services including vehicle washing, detailing, grooming, servicing, and lubrication services. The complete auto care centre will also have a wide range of vehicle related branded products and accessories. All services are performed by a team of professionally trained staff, skilled in motor vehicle care, efficiency and customer service. The auto care centre also strives to build strong relationships with its clients by maintaining the highest standards and offering reliable services at affordable prices.

“Tergo is a brand associated with premium quality that is prerequisite to maintain delighted customers. Our attempt is to build a network of clients who will trust and rely on our services and assure their loyalty to Tergo. We are confident that the services we offer to our customers will always be recommended to their family, friends and associates,” said Redline’s Group Public Relations Manager Karen Taylor.

Going forward Tergo Auto Care will expand its services to other areas in Colombo, suburbs and key cities across the country. 

For further information and inquiries contact Tergo on 0112 366333.

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