Home / Financial Services/ AB Securitas partners with Bank of China to provide total cash management solutions

AB Securitas partners with Bank of China to provide total cash management solutions


Comments / {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}} Views / Thursday, 15 August 2019 00:00

Facebook

AB Securitas Cash Management Senior Manager Lionel Rathnasekara, AB Securitas Director/General Manager Retired Wing Commander Pradeep Kannangara, Bank of China Assistant Country Manager Lixin Yang, Bank of China Country Manager Wang Chuan, Bank of China Settlement and Operations Head Wenxia Yao, Bank of China Settlement and Operations Assistant General Manager Isuru Jayaweera

AB Securitas, Sri Lanka’s largest Cash In Transit (CIT) and Cash/ATM Management organisation, recently entered into an agreement with the Bank of China Colombo branch to offer Total Cash Management (TCM) Solutions for the bank. The Bank of China, which is among the top five largest banks in the world, recently opened their Colombo branch.

“We are privileged to enter into an agreement to provide TCM solutions to a world-renowned bank like Bank of China. Being the only CIT company in Sri Lanka to possess three fully-fledged Cash Centres in Sri Lanka to cater to the north and east as well the southern region, we are excited to win the approval of BOC. I am sure that the unmatched infrastructure and the knowhow, with the cutting edge technology that AB Securitas possesses, BOC shall also be benefited in reducing its cost on transits, minimum turnaround time ensuring optimum usage of currency, reduction in cost of cash and secure cash warehousing leading to a decrease in the insurance costs,” AB Securitas Director/General Manager Retired Wing Commander Pradeep Kannangara during the signing ceremony held at the BOC Head Office at the iconic Cargills Building in Colombo Fort.

AB Securitas (ABS) was founded in 1994 as a Static Security Service Provider, and has now grown into a leading total Loss Prevention Solution Provider with over 25 years of industry experience in Cash in Transit (CIT), Total Cash Management (TCM) and ATM Management including Cash Processing Warehousing, etc.

Revolutionising Sri Lanka’s Currency Management industry, AB Securitas was the first to introduce innovative solutions such as ‘Remote Customer Collection Reporting’ and ‘Cash Chests’.  ABS has invested significantly in the automation of Currency Management in Sri Lanka by introducing Cobra, G & D and K-5 automated cash processing machines throughout the past decade. Improving on par with its counterparts in other countries, ABS added CPS 1800 fully automatic 16 pockets High Speed Cash Processor to its inventory that presently enhances its turnaround capacity.

ABS is the only CIT/Loss Prevention Solution Provider in Sri Lanka to win the National Quality Award in 2015 under Service – Large Scale category with ISO 9001:2015 certification for Quality Management and OHSAS 45001:2018 certification for Health and Safety, and the Global Performance Excellent Award by Asia Pacific Quality Organisation in 2016.

 


Share This Article

Facebook Twitter


DISCLAIMER:

1. All comments will be moderated by the Daily FT Web Editor.

2. Comments that are abusive, obscene, incendiary, defamatory or irrelevant will not be published.

3. We may remove hyperlinks within comments.

4. Kindly use a genuine email ID and provide your name.

5. Spamming the comments section under different user names may result in being blacklisted.

COMMENTS

Today's Columnists

The Presidential Election: Into anarchy or out of anarchy?

Saturday, 24 August 2019

In politics there are no absolute truths, rights or wrongs: all is relative. Politics is about choices and alternatives. It is also the art of the possible. The best policy for the people is to work through the give


We need to challenge climate change doubters before it is too late

Friday, 23 August 2019

Imagine a London where the entire subterranean region is engulfed with dirty water. Crammed train carriages that once barrelled along 249 miles of track transporting busy office workers, builders, teachers, civil servants, cleaners and students now r


The Provincial Council Elections – The charade goes on

Friday, 23 August 2019

Originally the SLPP was keen to hold the Provincial Council Elections (PCE) immediately after the Local Government Election results as they felt the PCE would go in their favour. PCE were held under the Proportional Representation system. The relevan


The presidency and the dilemma of the Presidential Election

Friday, 23 August 2019

J.R. Jayewardene created a presidential system not because the parliamentary system of governance that preceded it had failed. He wanted to take over all the powers of the State and assume the status of ancient kings who ruled the country in the past


Columnists More

Special Report

SPECIAL REPORT MORE