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CTC recognises distributor sales staff at annual awards ceremony

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The Distributor Representative Awards 2018, an annual event organised by Ceylon Tobacco Company PLC (CTC) to celebrate the best distributor supervisors and merchandisers was held recently.

The ceremony recognised and honoured the efforts of outstanding distributor supervisors and merchandisers over the previous year. A total of 98 awards were distributed across four regions based on three tiers.  CTC Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Michael Koest speaking at the event said, “We are proud to recognise and celebrate the contribution of each one of you to the success of our organisation amidst a challenging business environment. On behalf of CTC, I want to thank each distributor representative and merchandiser for the hard work and enthusiasm that they bring to the job every day.” 

Being a part of one of the most challenging and exhilarating industries, the annual awards show reflects CTC’s appreciation towards the untiring effort of its valued business partners.

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