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Wurth Lanka and Auto Miraj sponsor Hellibees

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Two leaders in Sri Lanka’s automotive sector, Wurth Lanka Ltd. and Auto Miraj Ltd., joined hands recently to sponsor Hellibees, the cutting edge motor racing team in Sri Lanka.

This partnership will help position motorsports in Sri Lanka as one of the most watched spectator sports while changing the public perception of motor racing and will also aid the young riders to achieve their fullest potential by providing them with a dynamic new platform conforming to international standards to showcase their talents nationally as well as internationally in order to bring fame and prestige to our Nation.          

This announcement was made at an event which was organised to showcase the strong partnership between Wurth Lanka and Auto Miraj in the presence of Wurth Lanka Managing Director Rohan Amirthiah, Auto Miraj Managing Director N. Chandramohan and owner of the Hellibees racing team Murad Ismail.

“We are pleased to join hands with our long standing customer and partner Auto Miraj to sponsor the Hellibees racing team at upcoming local and international events. We are confident that with the strong backing of the corporate sector, the motorsports industry in Sri Lanka can be elevated to a higher level which it richly deserves,” said Amirthiah.

“We wish the Hellibees racing team the grit and commitment to reach the highest levels in motorsport in Sri Lanka as well as internationally, he added.        

Auto Miraj is a reputed company and a key player in the automobile industry as the auto care specialists offering complete auto care solutions. Auto Miraj success as the leading automobile service providers has been their total commitment to ensure that the best services and products are perfectly synchronised to meet diverse customer needs.

Wurth Lanka, established in 1998 as a fully owned subsidiary of Wurth International AG of Germany has steadily grown to be a significant player in the automotive aftermarket as a premium quality supplier of after care products and services. Wurth Lanka which has over 3,000 active customers recently diversified into the construction and metal/maintenance industry. 

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