SLAAJ conducts convention in Sri Lanka to formulate proper policy on import of Japan used vehicles.
[12 October, 2018]
Sri Lanka Automobile Association in Japan (SLAAJ) held the first ever Automobile Convention in Sri Lanka last week in presence of President Maithripala Sirisena as the chief guest. Guest of Honor Vallibel One Group Chairman and Managing Director Dhammika Perera, Ambassador for Sri Lanka to Japan Prof. Dhammika Ganganath Disnayake, and former Ambassador of Sri Lankan Embassy in Japan Admiral (Retired) Wasantha Karannagoda and other Ministry and Government Officials.
Three main parties, the vehicle exporters, vehicle importers and the Government of Sri Lanka, working together under one umbrella to rule out the industry obstacles and pave a way that is mutually beneficial for all the parties involved.
The SLAAJ Guarantee sticker launched at this event is a sticker that will be pasted on every vehicle exported from Japan hereafter ensuring the end user will be guaranteed of quality and the proper standardization with their purchase.
SLAAJ also conducted a forum that was attended by officials of the Foreign Ministry, Import Control Department, Sri Lanka Customs, RMV, and the Ministry of Environment.