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Wurth opens third pickup shop in Negambo


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Wurth Lanka Ltd recently relocated and opened its 3rd pickup shop to a better and convenient location in Negambo to serve customers more efficiently. 

The showroom was declared opened by  Rohan Amirthiah Managing Director amidst a large gathering of Wurth Lanka employees, Wurth Lanka agents, customers and well wishers. The new showroom will conveniently cater to Wurth’s walk-in customers in and around the Negombo area.  

“We are planning to open few more pickup shops in Kandy and Kurunegala in the near future, and trust the relocation of Negambo pickup shop will enhance the customer experience much more than before,” said, Regional Manager Prasanna Mayadunna, at the opening. 

The “pickup shop” concept was introduced to Sri Lanka by Wurth in 2013 with the first pickup shop in Nugegoda, which was an instant hit.  

Worldwide Wurth boasts close to  2500 number of pickup shops, visited by craftsmen, vehicle enthusiasts, and contractors for their daily and weekly needs.  Wurth Lanka began operations with a single employee in 1998, and now employ over 100 permanent employees in various capacities including sales, service and support. 

Wurth Lanka Ltd is a fully owned subsidiary of Wurth International, AG and belongs to Adolf Wurth GmbH, Germany-the parent company of the Wurth Group. Wurth is a Euro 12 Billion Company and one of the largest international trading companies with more than 400 subsidiaries in 83 countries.  With over 70,000 employees worldwide, Wurth has the largest direct sales force in order to be closer to its customers.


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