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Car carriers on the Hambantota-Colombo run

Seen here are trailers under preparation at a yard at Kelaniya, and (inset) two trucks at the company yard at Wattala. Pix by M.A. Pushpakumara

Califolink Logistics has signed agreements with several importers to transport cars from the Hambantota Port from May 31 onwards when all reconditioned vehicles are imported through this port.
The company said it plans to transport 1500 cars per month making it the largest supply chain service provider for this sector.

Company CEO Nimal Wijesinghe said they have five trailers and are arranging a 5-acre yard in Hambantota to store the vehicles.

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