Sun Furni City partners Metropolitan as Killinochchi dealer
Metropolitan opened its newest dealer showroom at Killinochchi recently. The showroom located on the A9 Killinochchi road is in partnership with 'Sun Furni City' managed and owned by Mrs.Suleka Lurendran.
The dealer showroom will cater to both Mullaitivu and Killinochchi clientele who will be in need of IT, engineering, lighting and imaging and workplace solutions.
"This showroom will house everything we sell at Metropolitan from computers, printers, copiers, generators, air conditioners and so on," said Mr M.P.G Nilantha, Area Manager for Metropolitan, "and we are very proud to have tied up with a renowned local business Sun Furni City."
With the new dealer network expansion into the Northern province, Metropolitan customers can be assured of speedier customer service, convenient product access.
The new showroom has been designed with bigger space accommodating a dedicated customer support division to support all northern customers. The service and support division has been empowered with a team of qualified engineering staff and trained technicians. It also houses a full range of consumables and spare parts for the full range of Metropolitan products.
In addition to the individual clientele of the Killinochchi and Mullaitivu areas, Sun Furni City is fully equipped to cater to the numerous corporate and public sector institutions in the locality.
"In order to make the range of branded products more affordable to our customers we have also initiated easy payment schemes aimed at the corporate purchasing for their convenience," Mrs.Sulekha Lurendran, owner of Sun Furni City said.
In a bid to serve all Metropolitan customers island-wide, the company is expanding its reach from point pedro to dondra setting up showrooms and service workshops housing engineering teams for customer convenience. With 16 regional offices already stationed in key locations such as Jaffna, Kandy, Kurunagala, Anuradhapura, Ratnapura, Batticaloa, Negombo, Badulla, Matara, Galle, Gampaha, Kalutara, Colpetty, Nugegoda, Wattala, Moratuwa, Battaramulla and now Killinnochchi.