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Dr. Rami Ranger


NRI entrepreneurs Dr. Rami Ranger win Asians of the year awards

London, Nov. 21, 2006
Ashok Sharma
NRI press

NRI entrepreneurs Dr. Rami Ranger, founder-chairman of Sun Oil Ltd have won Asian Leadership in Europe Awards for 2006.
Ranger said, "He would like to dedicate the award to his late mother, who instilled the right values in me despite hardships she had to face."

He thanked India for its democratic values which he said makes Indians to integrate anywhere easily and quickly.

  • Rami came to the UK in 1971 to join his brother who was already here in Croydon.
  • Starting as a chef in a fast food chain, Rami later moved to an electrical retail chain before starting his first Company, Sea Air and Land Forwarding with a capital of 2,000 pounds from a shed in Hayes in 1987.
  • In 1999 he received the highest Award from The Queen - The Queens Award for Export Achievement.
  • In 1997 he launched his marketing Company - Sun Oil Ltd and started to represent British blue chip companies like Unilever, Cadburys, Nestle, Mcvities and Weetabix.

Dr. Rami Ranger'S business is currently spread in Germany, Spain, Belgium, Holland, Italy, Malta, Cyprus and Ireland. He launched products - mostly non-alcoholic drinks - under his own brands: Laser, Pure Heaven, Golden Country, Royalty, English Breeze and Comfi which are sold in 47 countries.


NRI Rami Ranger becomes member of the British Empire

London, June 11, 2005
Ashok Sharma
NRI press

NRI industrialist Dr. Rami Ranger, was today made a member of the British empire for his services to business and to the British Asian community.

After graduating from Punjab University in 1971 Dr Ranger arrived in the UK where he worked in the fast food industry and an early business venture.

In 1987 he started his company Sea Air and Land from a shed with a capital of just 2 pounds. In 1995 he started his marketing company Sun Oil Ltd. Both companies have gone from strength to strength. .

As well as representing top British companies such as Unilever, Nestle, Mcvities, Beechams, Mars and Cadburys in certain markets he also produce his own range of quality products, which are just as good as the market leader, and are competitively priced. He market his products under the brands of Laser, Golden Country, Royalty, Pure Heaven, English Breeze, Flower Garden, Sabina, Summer Fine, Connect, & Deadly. These brands are becoming increasingly popular in the markets he have introduced them to and the brand names are synonymous with quality and outstanding value for money.

The company has received the prestigious Queen’s Award for Export Achievement and Dr Ranger is a recipient of the Asian Achiever Award.

He believe very strongly that he should do all that he can in helping the customers to succeed in ever-competitive business environments.

He arranged to ship all goods by Sea, Air or Land. When you do business with Sun Oil, you are assured of a hassle-free one stop service for all your import needs. Sun Oil Ltd – a consumer products marketing company with an annual turnover in excess of £20 million.

Dr Ranger is the Joint Secretary of the Nargis Dutt Research and Relief Society, a Trustee of The India Development Trust, Patron of Preston University, Executive Member of the International Punjabi Society and the Punjabi Society of the British Isles.

Dr Rami Ranger FRSA is General Secretary of the British Asian Conservative Link and Director General of the Parliamentary Friends of India.





Dr Rami Ranger

Dr Rami Ranger FRSA, Managing Director, Sun Oil Ltd.

Mr Steve Norris With Dr Rami Ranger, General Secretary Of The BACL, Mr Pushpinder Khandpur, Finance Secretary and Dr Chandok, Vice President.

British Asian community link. BIO:

  • He was born in 1947 to a Sikh family in Gujranwala (now in Pakistan). Dr Ranger was the youngest of eight children. His father was Shaheed Nanak Singh, a prominent leader in Multan who campaigned against the partition of India.
  • He was born two months after his father was assassinated by religious fanatics when trying to save 600 students of DAV College, Multan, who were taking part in a procession against the partition of India.
  • The students were saved though Rami lost his father. His mother arrived in India, penniless, having lost her country, her ancestral home and the bread-winner of the family.