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Ford Motor Company  
Ford Motor Company entered the business world on June 16, 1903, when Henry Ford and 11 business associates signed the company's articles of incorporation. With $28,000 in cash, the pioneering industrialists gave birth to what was to become one of the world's largest corporations. Few companies are as closely identified with the history and development of industry and society throughout the 20th century as Ford Motor Company. As with most great enterprises, Ford Motor Company's beginnings were modest. The company had anxious moments in its infancy. The earliest record of a shipment is July 20, 1903, approximately one month after incorporation, to a Detroit physician. With the company's first sale came hope—a young Ford Motor Company had taken its first steps.

United Motors Lanka Limited  
United Motors Lanka Limited is a leader in Sri Lanka's automotive industry. It's the sole distributor for brand new Mitsubishi vehicles in the island. The company and its subsidiaries offer a wide range of vehicles for almost all purposes, and over the years have built an enviable reputation. Our emphasis on superior quality and customer service has placed us at the very pinnacle of the transport sector.

Peugeot offers its new and used sports cars for sale.

Eurocars (Pte.) Ltd.  
Eurocars (Pte.) Ltd. has been the sole authorised importer and dealer for Porsche vehicles in Sri Lanka since 1996. With a market representation of 10 Years, Eurocars (Pte) Ltd has grown and taken strides in providing the Sri Lankan people an experiance on par with other mature markets. Arthur Senanayake the Chairman is the man behind the wheel at Porsche Centre Colombo. A respected entrepreneur with a true passion and dedication for the brand is also the Chairman of The IWS Holdings Empire.