High Commissioner of India in Sri Lanka Ashok K. Kantha recently launched Sri Lanka’s first-ever Corporate Fuel Card and XtraPremium Euro 3 at. Felix Perera, Lanka IOC’s flagship retail outlet in Colombo 7.
This new Corporate Fuel Card has been launched by Lanka IOC in a tie-up with Dialog and will be issued to corporate entities for obtaining fuel from selected LIOC’s petrol sheds throughout the island.
Corporates are free to assign different limits to the individual cards through a web-based solution provided by Dialog. This will help the organisations to do away with the processing of reimbursements to individual employees. It also helps them track fuel consumption and brings the convenience of settling payments directly with Lanka IOC.
In a strategic partnership with Lanka IOC, Dialog will provide the necessary hardware at the retail outlets in addition to web-based interface for all corporates and dealers of Lanka IOC.
XtraPremium Euro 3 confirms to international Euro III specifications which is recommended by all vehicle manufacturers. This high octane petrol not only ensures lesser deposits on the fuel injection system together with a better fuel flow, better pick up, higher power and higher fuel efficiency, but also contributes greatly towards protecting the environment by the lesser emission of pollutants. XtraPremium Euro 3 has also been recommended by the Ceylon Motor Traders Association for superior engine performance.
Present at the launch were Additional Secretary MOP&NG of the Government of India Sudhir Bhargava, Chairman Lanka IOC M. Nene, CEO Dialog Axiata PLC Dr. Hans Wijayasuriya, Managing Director Lanka IOC K. R. Suresh Kumar and CEOs of many Sri Lankan companies.