Royal Nursing Home obtains Lankan made motorcycles for staff
Royal Nursing Home (Pvt) Ltd., a leading Nursing Home in Sri Lanka, recently obtained Sri Lankan made 100 Senaro GN125 motorcycles to be distributed among hundred staff members who have been with the company for over ten years.
Chairman of the Company Manuja Hewawasam obtained the bicycles at an event held at Cinnamon Lakeside Hotel where t, the GN125 was introduced to the market. The GN125 is assembled in Sri Lanka with a local value addition of up to 35 per cent.
Hewawasam said that Royal Nursing Home has a staff of 800 and that these motorcycles will be distributed among those with the longest service. “These will help their professional and personal life both. GN125 comes with a three-year warranty. I believe that all Sri Lankans must buy Sri Lankan to protect and promote our industries.”
Senaro Motor Company Chairman Roshana Waduge, Dr. Ramesh Pathirana, Minister of Plantation Industries and Minister of Industries and Dr. Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe, Minister of Justice, Prisons Affairs and Constitutional Reforms, were present at the event.