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Dart Global Group Reforestation Project 2018


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Dart Global Logistics marked its 35th milestone on their operations in Sri Lanka by embarking on a unique reforestation project. The project covered an undergrown 4.5-acre extent connecting to the main jungle belt in Habarana where 1,350 plants were planted in this rugged terrain. The project was initiated by the Dart Global group HQ where the group staff comprising from Dart global logistics, Logicentrix, Connect Lanka, Dart Aviation, Nexus aviation and M&C Aviation participated on this great treat to Mother Nature. Further this project includes nurturing the re-grown plants until the plants reach self-growth levels. Dart Global group marks 35 years in Sri Lanka being a pioneer player in the Sri Lankan freight industry. Originating from its humble beginnings the group has now expanded into many businesses verticals and has a global reach through its own stations and network partners worldwide. Seen here the DGL team at work.  

 


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