Customer from Sri Lanka receives his new Honda Grace from RamaDBK.

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Chaminda is a doctor living in the suburbs of Colombo, the capital city of Sri Lanka. A few months ago, he decided to purchase a new passenger car for his family. Chaminda compared offers of several local dealers and he sent also an enquiry to an exporter from Japan, famous for the large number and for the quality of its vehicles sold in Sri Lanka. That exporter was RamaDBK, the company founded 30 years ago in Japan by Mr Jagath Ramanayake, a well-known business person involved in many projects in Sri Lanka. Very soon RamaDBK sales coordinator Khaleel Ur Rahman contacted Chaminda to discuss about his real needs and he offered him several reasonably priced models. Chaminda chose a beautiful brand new white color Honda Grace hybrid EX 2018. Once the Letter of Credit was opened at the bank, the shipping process was very quick and within a few weeks the car had arrived at the port of Hambantota. Chaminda went to the port to clear the car and he was surprised by the quality of the vehicle, perfectly new, looking even better than on the pictures received before the shipment. As he wanted to thank Khaleel for his exceptional customer support, Chaminda sent him a picture of himself with his new car parked at his home. Khaleel felt encouraged and he is very enthusiastic to serve new customers in Sri Lanka and in other countries.

Over the years, RamaDBK has built a reputation of reliable and high quality vehicle exporter owing to the commitment of its management and of its team to customer satisfaction.

When you need a vehicle from Japan, you only have to send us an enquiry to receive the best offers available from the Japanese car market.

Public date: November 16th, 2018
Categories: RAMADBK NEWS

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