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ACL Cables organises blood donation program for 8th time


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The eighth edition of the blood donation program organised annually by ACL Cables, Sri Lanka’s No. 1 cable manufacturer with a proud history of 58 years, was successfully held recently. This social service program is held every year to mark the birthday of the Chairman of ACL Cables Group of Companies Upali Madanayake. 

All employees of ACL Cables and its sister companies participate in this program. About 150 employees participated in this year’s program, held with the fullest cooperation of the National Blood Bank. ACL Cables, launched in the year 1962, is the first and largest cable manufacturer in Sri Lanka. The market share of the ACL Cables Group is about 70%.

 


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