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DIMO launches Star Bus

Vehicle imports by Diesel and Motor Engineering PLC in the first quarter of 2010 has shown a significant growth as against last year. DIMO Chairman and CEO


Ranjith
Pandithag

 Ranjith Pandithage introduced the newest version of passenger transport bus in the TATA bus range, Star Bus yesterday. Pandithage said the Star Bus is introduced to take passenger transport in Sri Lanka to greater heights, keeping in mind the country as a tourist hub.

The first 25 buses were handed over to bus owners.

“It is also a socially responsible exercise which advocates a pollution free environment,” he said.

Economic boom in the North and The East in post war era has been a concern for the company lately.

Dimo has opened branches in Jaffna, Vavuniya, Akkaraipattu and Trincomalee and will soon open a branch in Kilinochchi to cater to the population in North and the East.

TATA Motors Country Manager Arup Baruah said the Government has given support in terms of affordable taxation in importing the bus from India, which is a great relief. TATA brand has been playing a significant role in the business of transport for 70 years.

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