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Litro Gas Lanka providers introducing an unique LPG solution to the market

Litro Gas Lanka is introducing a unique LPG solution to meet an increasing consumer demand.

The new Premium Hybrid 18 Litre Cylinder is expected to revolutionise the LPG industry in Sri Lanka by offering an outstanding economic benefit in a size that meets global specifications. Priced at only Rs 1,395, the new Litro Premium Hybrid 18 Litre Cylinder will be sufficient for a family of four, meeting their LPG needs for a month, said Anil Koswatte Chairman and CEO of Litro Gas Lanka in a media release.

“Litro Gas Lanka believes in delivering innovative and safe LPG solutions to our customers. Introducing the pipe borne LPG is a step towards ensuring the highest safety protocols in LPG supply – while also ensuring an easy and convenient way of delivery LPG to your home or work place. The LPG provided will be measured in litres, in keeping with global standards.”

“We are taking the concept of LPG supply beyond that of bringing a cylinder home and stocking it in your kitchen. This will take the LPG availability to the next level, by giving our customers safe & easy accessibility to the energy they need on demand.”

“In keeping with the development goals for the energy sector outlined in The President’s “Vistas of Prosperity & Splendour” economic vision, we believe that the Litro Gas Lanka LPG Pipeline Project would add value to customer proposition and enhance energy efficiency for all”, Koswatte adds.

Kamal Wickramasinghe, Director Operations at Litro Gas Lanka says that the new Premium Hybrid 18 Litre Cylinder has a greater filling efficiency capability. “It has an optimized propane component in the propane butane LPG mixture, ensuring more vapour space and hence, a more efficient filling which results in a faster supply process and a consistent turn around cycle.”

Litro Gas Lanka maintains a strong market presence with a network of 42 distributors, over 14,000 points-of-sale, 1,500 home delivery hubs and a seamless supply of LPG throughout
Sri Lanka.

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