Chevron Lubricants Lanka PLC, the nation’s lubricant market leader in operation since 1992, joined hands with the Ministry of Transport and the National Transport Commission to initiate a relief program to provide much needed relief to private bus owners who have been adversely affected by the current pandemic situation.
Considering the impact on the livelihoods of private bus owners due to the Covid restrictions, Chevron Lubricants Lanka has embarked on a relief program that will provide invaluable benefit when they purchase lubricants through exclusive Chevron sales channels. Chevron Lubricants Lanka will work closely with the National Transport Commission to provide relief benefits to an estimated 17,000 private bus owners island wide, enabling them to better maintain their vehicles.
“We are very keen to partner with the transport industry that is trying its best to revive itself after the pandemic crisis. We wish to thank the National Transport Commission and the Ministry of Transport for this opportunity to contribute toward the community. They are an integral part of the ecosystem and this is our way of appreciating them for their invaluable service to the general public. We are hopeful that through this gesture we will be able to stimulate the recovery of the private bus industry,” stated Muhammad Najam Shamsuddin, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Chevron Lubricants Lanka PLC.