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LAUGFS Lubricants clinches Gold Award at SLIM NASCO 2018

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 LAUGFS Lubricants Supervisor/Executive – Sales Dilan Wijerathna at the SLIM NASCO Awards ceremony


LAUGFS Lubricants Supervisor/Executive – Sales Dilan Wijerathna clinched the Gold Award under the Industrial, Manufacturing and Energy sector category at the National Sales Congress (NASCO), organised by Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM). 

SLIM NASCO recognises and rewards Sri Lanka’s top sales performers. The prestigious award ceremony held for the 18th consecutive year aims to reward and motivate local sales professionals by inspiring them to reach their full potential in the organisations of their employment. 

Commenting on his achievement, Dilan said:  “This achievement is an honour for me and I am truly humbled to have secured the Gold Award. LAUGFS Lubricants helped me realise and drive my career ambitions as I undertook multiple challenges and explored opportunities within the local lubricants industry. I must express my gratitude to LAUGFS Lubricants Chief Executive Officer Niroshan Pieries, General Manager/Head of Sales Jayashantha Thotahewage, and the management for the continuous support and encouragement shown towards me.”

Through his exceptional dedication and innate talent, Dilan maintained an excellent track record in sales within a competitive geographical region. With a passion for the brand, he achieved his daily performance targets throughout the 2017/18 financial year. Since joining the LAUGFS Lubricants family as a sales executive in 2015, Dilan has grown exponentially to become a key performer within the Company. In recognition of his outstanding performance and consistent delivery of superior results against key performance indicators assigned for the period, he was awarded the sole Gold Award. 

Encouraging Dilan Wijerathna to continue pursuing his ambitions, LAUGFS Lubricants CEO Niroshan Pieris said: “With the LAUGFS Lubricants brand re-launch, the sales force was restructured to increase efficiency. Through these efforts, we aimed to ensure a broader career growth for each individual. Investing in continuous training and development, we empower individuals like Dilan to prioritise their own individual performance and realise their ambitions. Dilan has been enthusiastically working in a competitive region and we at LAUGFS Lubricants are proud to support him on his journey as he takes his career to even greater heights.” 

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