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eChannelling expands dealer network with Laugfs Supermarkets

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asdgE Channelling Director/CEO Tatsuya Koike and Laugfs Supermarket Director/CEO Ravi Dahanayake exchanging agreements



eChannelling PLC has signed up with Laugfs Supermarkets to offer doctor channelling services at Laugfs Supermarkets island wide. With this association any customer of Laugfs Supermarket can enjoy the convenience of channelling doctors at leading hospitals in Sri Lanka through any Laugfs Supermarkets while shopping for their groceries without the hassle of staying in longer queues at the hospital.

Commenting at the launch eChannelling Director/CEO Tatsuya Koike cited, “We are delighted to have tied up with a leading supermarket chain in the country to give added value and convenience for our mutual customers to channel a doctor at any Laugfs Supermarket with least hassle.”

“We understand the changing lifestyle needs of the busy consumer and sell convenience under one stop shop concept,” said eChannelling CMO Janaka Attanayake.

Laugfs Supermarket Director/CEO Ravi Dahanayake mentioned, “We always try to introduce innovative solutions for our customers and doctor channelling at our super market outlets is just one such initiative.”

“We are happy that this association will add great value to our customers,” added Laugfs Supermarkets DGM Chaminda Wijesinghe.

e-Channelling PLC is a  pioneer solutions  provider to the Healthcare industry in Sri Lanka. It is the first public quoted Technology Company in the Colombo Stock Exchange and has consistently been part of the 100 top brands in Sri Lanka. e-Channelling PLC is now backed by Senior Marketing System Asia Ltd., which is a subsidiary of SMS Company Ltd. in Tokyo, which  has a strong global presence in the healthcare and related services. 

e-Channelling PLC had recently introduced Ayurveda into its portfolio and patients can now channel  over 2500 leading consultants  at more than 90 hospitals in the country. e-Channelling has almost doubled its hospital base during past six months and patients shall also be able to channel doctors anywhere anytime via the  mobile App in future. e-Channelling is currently expanding its foot print into India and Maldives; any passenger who travels from Maldives to Sri Lanka via SriLankan Airlines can now channel a doctor at any leading hospital in Sri Lanka whilst  they book their ticket at SriLankan Airlines PSA; The Traveller Global Ltd. in Maldives.

Laugfs Supermarket has been tagged as the ‘Supermarket that never sleeps’. Laugfs Supermarket was the first to introduce to Sri Lanka the 24 hour retail concept. It is also the first convenience store to jointly operate with a fuel retail outlet and the first to introduce a 24 hour pharmacy. All these innovations have taken Laugfs Supermarket to a step ahead of the rest. Operating since February 2001, the supermarket chain has a proud reputation for the most diverse and the largest product range with 34 outlets island-wide. 

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