Members of the Executive Committee of the Industrial Association of Sri Lanka 2018 (seated from left) Nestlé Lanka Senior Vice Chairman Bandula Egodage, Ceylon Chamber of Commerce Rohan Casiechetty, Polypak Secco Chairman Rimoe Saldin, Chief Guest Ministry of Industry and Commerce Secretary K. D. N. Ranjith Asoka, Richard Pieris and Co. Deputy Vice Chairman Viville Perera, and Ceylon Tobacco Co. immediate past Chairman Dinesh Dharmadasa;
Standing from left: Associated Motorways Virann De Zoysa, Associated Motorways Lasantha Wijeweera, Hettigoda Industries Wasantha Ariyathilake, Litro Gas Lanka Chaminda Wijewickrema, Haycarb Breheman Balaratnarajah, Singer Industries Ceylon Kelum Kospelawatte, The Lion Brewery Ceylon Shiran Jansz, Alpha Industries Sanjev Perera, and Senok Trade Combine Reeza Rauf
The Industrial Association of Sri Lanka (IASL) held its 27th Annual General Meeting on 25 September. Ministry of Industry and Commerce Secretary K. D.N. Ranjith Asoka was the Chief Guest.
The IASL is the apex body which represents industries and manufacturing companies in Sri Lanka. It was formed on 13 March 1991 with the objective of enhancing industrial production in Sri Lanka. Polpak Secco Ltd. CEO Rimoe Saldin was elected as the Chairman of the Association while Nestlé Lanka PLC Vice President Bandula Egodage and Richard Pieris and Co. PLC Director Viville Perera were elected as Senior Vice Chairman and Deputy Vice Chairman of the Association, respectively.
The other members who were elected to serve on the Executive Committee of the Association for 2018/19 include Alpha Industries Ltd., Associated Motorways Ltd., Ceylon Biscuits Ltd., Ceylon Tobacco Co. PLC, Haycarb PLC, Hettigoda Industries Ltd., Litro Gas Lanka Ltd., Piramal Glass Ceylon PLC, Senok Trade Combine Ltd., Singer Industries (Ceylon) PLC, The Lion Brewery Ceylon PLC, The Swadeshi Industrial Works PLC, and Unilever Sri Lanka Ltd.
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