Under the visionary leadership of Jagath C. Ramanayake (President), RamaDBK has succeeded in becoming one of the top exporters in the vehicle industry of Japan. Additionally, he has built solid relationships with customers and partners in the vehicle export industry by always focusing on the customer’s needs first. As customer satisfaction lies at the heart of RamaDBK’s operations, throughout the years we have gained a reliable reputation amongst the stakeholders of the industry.
Born and raised in Sri Lanka, Jagath C. Ramanayake received his higher education in Japan, making him fluent in the Japanese language. The below list is only a glimpse of the professional experience he brings in to managing RamaDBK, which only demonstrates a solid credibility to anyone wishing to import a vehicle from us.
Director - JUMVEA Japan Used Motor Vehicle Exports Association (http://www.jumvea.or.jp - The Official and the government recognized body-Representative Sri Lanka) since 2002.
President - Sri Lanka Business Council of Japan (SLBCJ) (Recognized by the Sri Lankan Embassy in Japan as an institution to promote Business between Japan and Sri Lanka) since 2007 (http://www.slbcj.com/).
Vice President - USS Japan Foreign vehicle Exporter’s Association (Chief Organizer of “Vehicle Exporters Association” of USS AUTO AUCTION the biggest vehicle auction) from 2000 to 2003.
Chief Advisor and Director of the Board of Trustees - “Lanka-Ji” Temple Chiba, Japan.
Chief Advisor - Hajioji Temple SoshanJi International Buddhist Centre, Yokohama, Japan.
Chief Advisor - The Sri Lanka Students Association in Japan (The recognized body by the Sri Lanka Embassy in Japan).
Director - Tokyo Bayside Language School, Chiba, Japan.
Director - Vision International School, Kandy, Sri Lanka.
Vishwa Keerthi Award - Presented by Anagarika Dharmapla Foundation for the social and religious contribution for towards Sri Lanka (felicitation ceremony held at the Malwatta Maha Vihara in 2003).
Justice of Peace for all island - Awarded by the Sri Lanka Government in 2000.