DPMC Workshop Madapatha expands facilities

13 November, 2022

DPMC Workshop Madapatha is now equipped to take over the responsibility of maintaining fleets of commercial vehicles including mini cabs, buddy lorries, buses, single/double cabs, freezer lorries, tippers, container trailer and prime movers with the opening of their commercial vehicle facility.

They are ready to go one step further by offering roadside assistance for companies that appoint them as their total maintenance partner. This will allow corporates to focus on their core business while maintenance, running repairs and overall fleet maintenance are done by the specialists.

DPMC Workshop Madapatha is a member the David Pieris Group, pioneers in the automotive industry, with reputation synonymous for trust, professionalism, attention to details and customer service earned over decades.

Deputy General Manager, Services, DPMC, Channa Ranawaka said there are many common and frequent issues such as white/black smoke, low pulling power, high fuel consumption, overheating of brake drums or cooling systems, and various suspension and drivetrain related repairs that need to be addressed on a day-to-day basis in addition to periodic servicing of vehicles. “We are fully equipped to deal with these types of running repairs and have a qualified, experienced, and trained set of mechanics to provide our clients with the much-needed professional service they are expecting,” he said.

“We are not restricted to undertaking only mechanical repairs, but offer body repairs and paint work too, including tinkering and accident repairs. The Workshop caters to all the services required for any commercial fleet under one roof,” Ranawaka said.

DPMC Workshop also specialises in brake and engine overhaul, hub greasing, differential adjustments, gearbox and engine, suspension, air brake system, air condition, electrical and electronic and fuel system repairs for private non-commercial vehicles. They also offer a range of interior and exterior detailing services. 

– Sunday Observer Sri Lanka

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