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Total Marine Solutions by DIMO

DIMO launched TMS (Total Marine Solutions) in Sri Lanka amidst a distinguished gathering at the Ceylon Continental Hotel. TMS encompasses the entire spectrum of solutions that one can find under the marine industry - from an anode to a mast light.


DIMO Ltd. Director Roshan Fernando and Chairman-DIMO Ranjith Pandithage unveiling the new logo.

TMS offers fleet owners and individuals; products and services which they need to carry out including ship repairing, ship building and other engineering works.

TMS was ceremonially launched by DIMO Chairman Ranjith Pandithage, whilst the guest of honour was Ports Authority Chairman Dr. Priyath Bandu Wickrema.

More than 15 leading principals participated at the event. Several presentations were made by these principals emphasizing their individual strengths in the marine field.

DIMO Ltd Director Roshan Fernando and DIMO Product Manager Shahzad Ghany represented Total Marine Solutions from DIMO.

DIMO continues a long-standing trusted partnership with MTU which is known to be the leader in diesel engines and complete drive systems.

DIMO has partnered with Goltens-Dubai, a well-known name in ship repairing.

Goltens is a leading provider of specialized repair, maintenance, reconditioning services and trading of engineering components for worldwide shipping, offshore marine installations, industrial plants and power stations.

Speaking at the event Pandithage mentioned that with the boom in the economy and infrastructure development in Sri Lanka, the country stands the opportunity to attract marine vessels for repairs at a very competitive rate compared to Middle East and Singapore.

The strategic location of Sri Lanka also adds to the appeal. The number of brand new ships built in 2010 was 2526, according to the Ship Builders Association of Japan - out of which 43% were built by Chinese ship yards.

Through this initiative DIMO hopes to attract vessels from all over the world to Sri Lanka, and create a dominant industry in Marine Solutions.

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