Lumala makes its debut at the International Industry Expo 2024

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In its pursuit to enhance environmental health and to inspire an active lifestyle throughout the Sri Lankan community, City Cycle Industries Manufacturing (Pvt.) Ltd., also known as Lumala, recently participated at the International Industry Expo 2024, organized by the Ministry of Industries (MOI) and the Industrial Development Board (IDB).

One of the most sought after events in the country, the International Industry Expo 2024 held from 19 to 23 June at the BMICH brought together tend of hundreds of exhibitors ranging from diverse industry sectors, showcasing their products and innovation to visitors from over 20 countries. 

Lumala had a highly succesful debut at the expo, making strides in bringing some of the most environmental-friendly, cost-efficient, smart mobility solutions as opposed to the conventional ones. For instance, their Voltage edition e-bikes can go more than 100 kilometres with pedal assistance on a single charge, and more than 60 km when fully charged and going at full power.

Their Eco Hauler, an e-bike cart is designed to tackle the urgent waste management issues in Sri Lanka, in collaboration with the USAID Clean Cities, Blue Ocean (CCBO) program, is contributing significantly in combatting plastic pollution, boosting waste collection efficiency in both urban and coastal areas, alongside riverbanks.

Such innovation is no stranger to Lumala, where its talented team of R&D professionals work towards their commitment to environmental sustainability, paving the way for a cleaner, greener planet. 

Lumala also went onto display their range of cuztomized e-cycles in the parade that was held a day before, on 18 June. The parade featured various assembled or manufactured automobiles that are proudly made in Sri Lanka. This was organised by IDB, MOI, Sri Lanka Automobile Component Manufacturers Association (SLACMA) and Automobile Assemblers Association.

The parade was held for the third time, where over 200 diverse types of vehicles toured through Galle Face, Lotus Roundabout, Fort, Technical Junction, Punchikawatta, Maradana, Borella, Borella cemetery junction and to BMICH. Joining Lumala in the parade was Dushyanth Weeraman, the popular singer and brother of one of the pop duo BNS, who is also an enthusiastic cyclist.

Continuing in its path of innovation, Lumala is devoted to developing eco-friendly solutions that support the broader agenda of global sustainability. This dedication firmly establishes Lumala’s leadership in the realm of smart mobility. For detailed information about their eco-initiatives, please explore their website at www.lumala.lk


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