HNB Grameen, a dynamic and fast growing finance company which pioneered microfinance in Sri Lanka, has recently entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Indra Traders (Pvt.) Ltd., a catalyst in Sri Lankan automobile industry at the Cinnamon Lake, Colombo. The synergy between HNB Grameen and Indra Traders aims to address the rapidly growing demand for FOTON Brand vehicles in the country, while delivering scores of benefits for the discerning customers.
In accordance with the recently entered synergy, HNB Grameen will deliver unrivalled tailor-made leasing solutions to those who are interested in purchasing FOTON brand vehicles from any of the Indra Traders branches. Furthermore, customers can also enjoy personalized one day service, door step assistance by HNB Grameen sales team as well as earn an attractive insurance premium from HNB General Insurance.
Attractive discounts up to Rs. 200,000 are in store for those aiming to purchase FOTON trucks from Indra Traders. The customers of FOTON vehicles will be entitled to a warranty extending for 3 years or 100,000 km. The company will also facilitate its customers with expert technical service round the clock on all 7 days for roadside assistance. Spare parts for the vehicles are also freely available in sales outlets for the convenience of customers.
HNB Grameen, the leading financial institution has contributed towards the sustainable development of the country’s rural economy since 2000. Adapting the global Grameen concept to suit local requirements, HNB Grameen caters to over 300,000 customers across the country delivering a number of financial solutions in addition to boosting the financial literacy of the rural residents.
Being a long serving company in the automobile industry, Indra Traders has supplied high quality imported vehicles since its inception in 1973. Offering holistic services from sales to after sales services, the company has expanded its services into three provinces serving its clientele with 14 branches and 5 fully equipped workshops.
Sources : AdaDerana