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Tasma Group founder wins Entrepreneurship Award


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DeshmanyaK.A. Nimal Subasinghe, founder and Chairmanof the Tasma Group, was recently awarded prestigious Entrepreneurship Awardsby Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Sri Lanka, the National Merit Award and ProvincialBronze Award, in the Extra Large Category.

Tasma Group of Companies commenced operations in 1998 as a manpower supplyingenterprise and has grown as a diversified conglomerate over the years as a trustworthy business group with its customers across various spheres.It has beencertified with ISO and OSHAS certifications and is certified with a Gold certificate of WRAP for its apparel industry, Sisalu Fashions Ltd.

Tasma takes pride in offering affordable, practical and high quality products and services toits customers in human resources, transport, energy, logistics, heavy equipment and machinery, engineering and apparel sectors.

The secret for its success throughout the years is high quality and reliable services to its customersin every possible way.Thiscommitment toits customers isbacked by the vast experience and solid expertise of its competent team. Tasma stands today as a large multi services, multi-location, and multi-dimensional group.

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