LOLC Motors Limited (LOMO), a subsidiary of the LOLC Group, is proud to announce that it has achieved the ISO/9001:2008 certification for its top-notch, vehicle repairing and maintenance services of automobiles.LOLC Motors Ltd., one of the largest automotive workshops in Colombo, owns a state-of-the-art automotive workshop with a floor space of 5,600 sq. metres which is equipped to handle more than 100 vehicles at any given time. This modern, eco-friendly facility can handle mechanical repairs, preventive maintenance, lubrication service, quick lube service, collision repairs, paint refinishing or touch-ups, wheel-alignment, wheel-balancing unit repairs and much more.Servicing nearly 750 vehicles per month, including hybrids, LOLC Motors offers the services of a qualified and experienced team of engineers, supervisory staff and highly skilled technicians. With a blend of modern technology and world class service, LOMO has successfully been able to reduce the turnaround time for repairs, in collaboration with the relevant insurers.Within the short span of operations, LOLC Motors has built an extensive customer portfolio including both state and private sector institutions. Commenting on the achievement of the ISO certification, K.A.K.P. Gunewardena, Chairman of LOLC Motors Ltd said,”This certification will certainly establish our credentials and validate our efforts in the market. It clearly reveals our assurance to quality and commitment to standardization. Our aim now is to maintain this certification and strive to offer our customers even higher levels of quality”.Ramesh Kariyawasam, Head of Operations of LOLC Motors said, “Through our after-sales services we ensure that maximum care and attention is given to all our customers. We are well equipped to address the individual requirements of our customers quickly and efficiently.
Established in 2010, LOMO was the pioneer in Sri Lanka’s motor industry to utilise ‘green house technology’. Rain-water harvesting and waste-water treatment and recycling in the workshop, enables the company to reduce dependence on the main water supply. The distinctive design of the facility is structured to utilize maximum natural light during working hours, thus reducing its dependence on the national grid by more than 50%. With plans to install solar panels, LOLC Motors aims to take its green energy initiative to the next level.