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Published on: 2018-03-13     161 times read    0  Comments

Bajaj’s new showroom in Lamki

March 13: Hansraj Hulaschand & Co Pvt Ltd, the sole distributors of Bajaj motorcycles in the country, has launched a fully-facilitated new showroom “Ganga Automobiles" in Lamki, Kailali. The company believes that the new showroom will make it easier for the customer to access bike spare parts and accessories.

Yogain Gurung, general manager of Hansraj Hulaschand & Co Pvt Ltd, said, “We are pleased to announce our new showroom in Kailali. The growing demand of consumers motivates us to expand our reach and with this expansion Kailali consumers will be benefitted in many ways. We are committed to provide high quality service to all our customers throughout the country. With God's grace and the goodwill of our customers I am sure that we have a bright future ahead of us."

 

 


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