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LAUGFS Gas, Platinum Sponsor of Sri Lanka Ceramics & Glass Symposium 2018

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LAUGFS Group Chairman W. K. H. Wegapitiya (fourth from left) handing over the Platinum sponsorship cheque to Pirmal Glass Ceylon Chief Executive Officer and Sri Lanka Ceramic & Glass Council President Sanjay Tiwari for the Sri Lanka Ceramic and Glass Symposium scheduled to be held on 5 and 6 March. Also present from left are LAUGFS Gas General Manager Sales Muditha Adikari, LAUGFS Gas Chief Executive Officer Ashan De Silva, Ceylon Chamber of Commerce ASG Rohan Casie Chitty, LAUGFS Group Managing Director U. K. Thilak De Silva,  Ceylon Chamber of Commerce ASG Gillian Nugara, LAUGFS Group Marketing Director/Sector Managing Director Asanga Ranasinghe


The Sri Lanka Ceramic & Glass Council will hold the seventh consecutive Ceramic and Glass Symposium at the Taj Samudra Hotel. This year’s theme ‘Value Migration through Sustainability’ will focus mainly on the innovation and global presence and process improvement, human resource development, etc. 

LAUGFS Gas PLC Chief Executive Officer Ashan de Silva said that his company was delighted to be associated with this year’s Ceramic & Glass Symposium in a bid to complement the synergy between LAUGFS Gas and the ceramic and glass industry. 

Commenting further, he said that LAUGFS Gas provides a “total one stop energy solution” for diverse organisations looking for an efficient and environmentally friendly energy source. The team of LPG specialists with a complete understanding of consumer requirements and the regulatory process is geared and well equipped to service the ceramic and glass industry in the country. 

LAUGFS has an extensive knowledge of the intricacies of the market he said and a thorough knowledge of cost advantages, supply-and-demand dynamics, market design, financing, technologies and operations.

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