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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 921

Sri Lanka Insurance launches the First ever ‘Formula World’ Collision Repair Centre

By Quintus Perera – Asian Tribune

Colombo, 24 July, (Asiantribune.com): Sri Lanka Insurance launched the first state-of-the art Collision Repair Centre in Sri Lanka-Formula World.

All those Formula Plus Motor Insurance policy holders with a comprehensive cover maintained at the Sri Lanka Insurance are eligible to get their vehicles repaired free of charge when damaged by accidents. Sri Lanka Insurance launched the first state of the art Collision Repair Centre in Sri Lanka ‘Formula World’ at a press briefing held at the Ceylon Continental Hotel, last week.

Formula World the Repair Centre is located on a two acre block of land at Seeduwa and the building could accommodate 300 vehicles at a time. The Repair Centre is equipped with the latest technology in the automotive repair industry, not found in most Collision Repair Centres in Asia.

Formula World is one of the first Collision Repair Centres in the world managed and owned by an insurance company, providing exclusive service free of charge to its comprehensive motor policy holders.

Suren Galagoda, Chief Operational Officer Technical said the main focus at Sri Lanka Insurance is customer well being. He said the investment in putting up the Centre is Rs 350 million.

He said they are the largest and financially strongest Insurer in the country and their initiative is the stance of an industry leader and said Sri Lanka Insurance is the only insurer who could provide a service of this magnitude.

Formula World has a fleet of special recovery trucks on call 24 hours a day to transport the damaged vehicle, and the vehicle will be repaired to manufacturer’s specifications by a set of qualified technicians. It uses high-tech equipment to detect, adjust, repair and or replace motor vehicle body panels and related components, using latest laser measurement system.

- Asian Tribune -

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