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Hiru Fashion Dikwella recognised at National Productivity Awards


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Hiru Fashion, a leader of the local shirt industry, was rewarded at the coveted Annual Productivity Awards Ceremony held at BMICH in Colombo recently. They were awarded third place of Manufacturing Sector Medium Scale. Hiru Fashion commenced their business 20 years ago with just one employee at the residence of Hiru Fashion Garments Chairperson Rajika Priyangani and at present they have a well trained staff of 116.

Rajika Priyangani said that she would be happy to get this award through the barriers they faced during the journey of Hiru Fashion. She thanked all the staff who supported to achieve this award and vowed to deliver the best continuously in future as well. Hiru Fashion has won many regional and national level awards in the recent past.


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