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LAUGFS re-launches newly revamped Rajagiriya supermarket


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LAUGFS Supermarkets announced the re-launch of its newly revamped Rajagiriya outlet, further strengthening its retail chain network.

The supermarket opened doors on Friday at a ceremony held with the presence of LAUGFS Holdings Chairman W.K.H. Wegapitiya, Managing Director U.K. Thilak De Silva, Executive Director Murali Prakash and LAUGFS Supermarkets CEO Ravi Dahanayake.

“Being part of a conglomerate with strong Sri Lankan roots, we firmly believe in offering our customers with unparalleled value while 03-2pioneering the retail space with innovative solutions. LAUGFS Supermarkets was the first to introduce 24 hour shopping in Sri Lanka and the first to offer an insurance policy to our customers,” commented LAUGFS Supermarkets CEO Ravi Dahanayake. “The re-launch of our Rajagiriya Supermarket will be another important milestone in this journey, as we continue to enhance the shopping experience of our customers,” he added.

Centrally located with easy accessibility, the LAUGFS Rajagiriya Supermarket offers a service area of over 6000 sq.ft. along with ample parking facilities for its customers. It will also operate 24 hours offering an extensive product range including bakery products, imported meats and wines and spirits. The Rajagiriya outlet will also provide 03-3many shopper conveniences including an Osusala pharmacy, E-channelling services, utility bill payment facilities, free Wi-Fi and ATM facilities.

LAUGFS Supermarkets Ltd. is a wholly owned subsidiary of LAUGFS Holdings, one of the largest diversified business conglomerates and a trusted name in Sri Lanka. With over 4,000 employees and an annual group turnover exceeding Rs. 28 billion, LAUGFS has established a strong presence across the power and energy, retail, industrial, services, leisure and the real estate sectors of Sri Lanka, touching the lives of millions.


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