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Chevron Lubricants committed to Lanka’s progress - President Roden

Chevron is committed to strengthening its business in Sri Lanka and continuing their involvement in the ongoing development of the country Chevron Lubricants’ President Danny Roden said.

Roden, was here last week with Vice President Lubricants Asia Pacific region Farrukh Saeed to review Chevron Sri-Lanka’s operations and meet key stakeholders of the business.

Four employees of Chevron Lubricants Sri Lanka presenting a special memento to Chevron Lubricants’ President Danny Roden during his Sri Lankan visit recently.

He said his visit far exceeded his high expectations and added that he is looking to visit the country again.

“I was able to meet all our Chevron employees and many of our customers and even had the privilege to meet President Mahinda Rajapaksa,” he said.

Roden commented what a wonderful country Sri Lanka was. He added that Lankan local lubricants operation far exceed their expectations.

Saeed said he too was very impressed with the trip to the southern part of Sri Lanka and their meetings with staff and customers.

“Our presence is very visible in the country and we have a solid distribution network with strong partners that reflect our long term commitment to Sri Lanka,” he said.

“Sri Lanka’s contribution to the Asia Pacific Lubricants operation has been progressive. I am also pleased with the returns we have been able to deliver to our shareholders locally. We are committed to more initiatives in Sri Lanka through new products and service offerings to meet the growing needs of the growing local market and the two fast growing export markets, Bangladesh and Maldives coming under the direct purview of our Sri Lankan entity,” Saeed said.

“The tight schedule we put together for him to get the best out of the limited time available worked well to be able to offer the global head the exposure to every aspect of the business and the opportunity to meet and interact with all key stakeholders of the business.

The first visit by the global head was a significant milestone for us all which was only possible due to the peaceful operating environment prevailing in the country and consequent growth opportunities for the investors,” Chevron Lubricants Sri Lanka CEO Kishu Gomes said.

 

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