Engine oil Sri Lanka
High quality engine oil sri lanka deserves from Lanka IOC ServoMay 3, 2016 5:35 pm
Lanka IOC Sri Lanka offers a variety of lubricants and engine oil Sri Lanka needs. From motorcycles to ships Lanka IOC has a huge variation of engine oil and lubricant products.
Lanka IOC Servo is a leader among the lube and engine oil market in Sri lanka, promising to offer the best high quality world class engine oil Sri Lanka deserves. Servo lubricants is produced in Sri Lanka according to the globally renowned Servo specifications in Lanka IOC’s state of the art labs in Trincomalee.
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Lanka IOC Servo engine oil lubricant in Sri LankaApril 4, 2016 5:16 pm
Sri Lanka may have a growing lubricant and engine oil market and there are numbers of lube brands out there yet the number one engine oil Sri Lanka is trusting is Lanka IOC Servo lubes and engine oils.
Lanka IOC offers the highest and best quality engine oil Sri Lanka deserves.
See the range of engine oils and lubes Lanka IOC Servo is offering to the Sri Lankan vehicle users. Users on the Lanka IOC website can use the Chooser application to see what Servo engine oil is best for their vehicles. Servo engine oil is produced in Lanka IOC’s state of the art facility in Trincomalee, with it’s own labs and production facilities.
Lanka IOC to explore Myanmar and Indonesian markets; retains MTIMarch 21, 2013 12:08 pm
Lanka IOC a prominent figure among Sri Lanka Oil Companies and offering Lube and Engine oil in Sri Lanka, with a vision of exporting lube products, signed an agreement retaining the services of MTI Consulting to carry out a study of the fast emerging Myanmar and Indonesian markets.
Speaking at the occasion Lanka IOC MD Subodh Dakwale said: “One of our strategic pursuits is to increase the exports of Sri Lanka, given our international capabilities in the lube business. Lanka IOC is currently exporting lubricants to neighbouring countries like Maldives and Nepal.
“We witnessed that the emerging markets in the Mekong Valley and South East Asia as prime prospects, and will be looking forward to the benefits of working with MTI, who have impressive credentials across emerging markets.”
MTI consulting has worked across emerging markets in Asian, Middle East and African regions, which includes projects carried for multi-national and regional companies in Algeria, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Egypt, Indonesia, Jordon, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Myanmar, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines and Syria.
Lanka IOC is a public listed company in the Colombo Stock Exchange with a turnover of Rs. 60.4 billion for the year 2011-12.
Taken from FT.lk
Standerd Charted Lanka IOC collaborate on electronic banking transactionsSeptember 24, 2016 11:06 am
Standard Chartered’s (StanChart) global Internet banking platform Straight2Bank will now facilitate Lanka IOC PLC’s migration to automated payments and collections.
This facility was ceremonially inaugurated by Lanka IOC Chairman B.S. Canth on his visit to Sri Lanka by approving its maiden electronic payment.
The event was attended by senior officials of Lanka IOC and Standard Chartered. The ERP support was provided by Ceylon Petroleum Storage Terminals Ltd (CPSTL), which is a joint venture company of Lanka IOC PLC. This three-way partnership is set to change the transaction banking landscape of Sri Lanka’s oil and gas industry. Standard Chartered Transaction Banking Head Bingumal Thewarathanthri commenting on the new facility said, “Developing solutions that are progressive and cutting edge is a key focus of our transaction banking business. This implementation is a testament to how well Standard Chartered is placed in Sri Lanka to help organisations such as Lanka IOC PLC minimize the use of paper and leverage on technology by relying on a standardized electronic platform to execute payables, perform reconciliations and fast forward receivables in a seamless manner.”
Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, Lanka IOC PLC Senior Vice President Finance Anuj Jain emphasised, “Automation has played a pivotal role in streamlining processes and mitigating operational risks in our parent organisation IOC, which transacts over 90 percent of payments and receivables electronically through online banking platforms. We are confident that we can build on our experiences and achieve optimum levels of automation in Sri Lanka through Standard Chartered’s global internet banking platform.” Lanka IOC Managing Director Shyam Bohra mentioned that he is encouraged by the technological advancements in the banking sector which offers substantial benefits to all associated stakeholders. He also appreciated the manner in which Lanka IOC’s banking partner has effectively connected systems seamlessly to deliver this solution.
Standard Chartered Commercial Banking Sales Head Roger Norton further commented, “At its early stages of the roll out, Lanka IOC’s collections and payments will be executed through the automated clearing house (ACH) and then be migrated to the real-time clearing platform by leveraging on the common electronic fund transfer switch (CEFT), which facilitates immediate fund realisation on a 24 X 7 basis, administered online through Standard Chartered’s Internet banking platform, Straight2Bank. The solution is a celebration of collaborating systems such as SAP, Virtual Accounts and state-of-the-art clearing mechanisms, which will accelerate the working capital cycle of Lanka IOC.”
In Sri Lanka, Lanka IOC not only fule but a leader on Engine oil Sri Lanka was incorporated in 2002 and currently operates over 199 filling stations, distributing automotive fuel, servo lubricants, bitumen and bunkers and is a comprehensive fuelling service provider.
Taken from Daily Mirror
Lanka IOC donates towards Trail Walk crowd funding initiativeNovember 2, 2016 11:00 am
Lanka IOC PLC has embarked on the organization’s next Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) stance by giving a generous donation towards the Trail Walk initiative which took place in October this year.
The cheque for the generous amount was handed over to Mahela Jayawardena and Kumar Sangakkara by LIOC Managing Director, Shyam Bohra.
Lanka IOC Managing Director, Shyam Bohra said, “We believe in providing support to crowd funding initiatives such as the Trail Walk, which help to bring together communities and the general public, who participate in a truly worthy initiative”.
The Trail Walk, which was a brainchild of Founders Nathan Sivagananathan and Sarinda Unamboowe is Sri Lanka’s largest ever crowd-funded charitable initiative. The aim of the walk by volunteers was to raise US$ 5 million or approximately Rs. 735 million towards building a new cancer unit at the Karapitiya Teaching Hospital in Galle. Trail initially commenced in the year 2011 in the form of a walk which started from the southernmost part of the country and finished at the south in the course of 27 days covering 670 km in total.
Lanka IOC PLC is the subsidiary of IOCL, a Fortune 500 company. It is the only private oil company and a major player among Sri Lanka oil companies, other than the state-owned Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) that operates over 199 retail petrol/diesel stations in Sri Lanka and has a very efficient lube marketing network.
Taken from Daily Mirror
As a leader amoung Sri Lanka oil companies Lanka IOC introduces new look Servo Lubricants to local marketSeptember 27, 2016 10:08 am
The specialty of the product as mentioned was its improved strength and aesthetic look and the feel for the buyer. Other features as noted were its increased speed, smoothness, higher life span and energy with a higher load. Lanka IOC PLC Managing Director Shyam Bohra said that they are pleased to introduce the global container concept to Sri Lanka.
“The new design has the ease of handling it, and the aesthetic look is better than before. This particular design has been developed following research,” he said.He added that this container is much stronger in terms of design and the container can be used for different purposes and will certainly benefit the end users more. Though there are 13 players in the country’s lubricant market at present, Chevron being the leader, he said that with improved accessibility and brands, their market share is increasing year-on-year.
Being the number two player in Sri Lanka and enjoying a market share of 17-18 percent at the moment, he said that they are aspiring to touch up to 25 percent in 4-5 years. He added that as the R&D is done in India, the new technology is being immediately imparted to Sri Lanka.
He further said that with over 1,000 commercial grades and over 1,500 formulations encompassing literally every conceivable application, SERVO serves as a one-stop shop for complete lubrication solutions in the automotive, industrial, and marine segments.
It was also noted that it comes to Sri Lanka as a compliment from the parent company as it will not add any extra cost to LIOC or consumers.
As LIOC exports Servo brand of lubricants to Maldives, they would be exporting to Indonesia as well in the near future.
Lanka IOC is a leader among Sri Lanka Oil Companies and the Indian Oil’s subsidiary in Sri Lanka, is the only private oil company other than the state-owned Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) that operates retail petrol/diesel stations in Sri Lanka and a key player in engine oil in Sir Lanka market. It has over 150 fuel stations in Sri Lanka.
Taken from Daily Mirror
Notice for Appointment of Retail Outlet Dealers (Petrol Shed)December 17, 2016 3:58 pm
Lanka IOC PLC has created a new Petrol Shed experience in Sri Lanka for the esteemed customers through services that add value to the offerings at the Petrol Sheds developed by the company over a period of time. Lanka IOC is committed to serve for the Petroleum needs of the nation by providing fuels of international standards through Petrol sheds in Sri Lanka. In our endeavor to expand the Retail network throughout the island, we are looking for dynamic entrepreneurs who possess suitable land for setting up Petrol Sheds and are willing to partner with Lanka IOC in providing the best fuel and services to the customers. For more information see our advertisements below:
Please note that the last date for applications is 18th January 2017.
Appointment of Lube DistributorsNovember 25, 2016 4:57 pm
SERVO Lubricants Sri Lanka” Display at DIMO Service Camp – Siyambalape,BiyagamaNovember 23, 2016 10:27 am
Lanka IOC a prominent figure among Sri Lanka oil companies slashes prices of own fuel varietiesAugust 10, 2016 11:23 am
A prominent figure among Sri Lanka oil companies and Sri Lanka’s only private oil company that operates fuel retail outlets and a key figure among Sri Lanka oil companies, Lanka IOC PLC said it was reducing the prices of two of its own fuel brands from midnight, yesterday.
Accordingly, the price of a litre of Xtra Premium Euro 3 (petrol) and Xtra Mile (diesel) was reduced by Rs.2 each.
The revised prices of Xtra Premium Euro 3 (petrol) and Xtra Mile (diesel) will be Rs.121 and Rs.97 per litre, respectively.
Sri Lanka has fixed prices for diesel and petrol but special varieties don’t come under them. The government is yet to introduce a transparent cost-reflective pricing mechanism for the fuel retailing sector.
Taken from Daily Mirror