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Certis Lanka celebrates 40 years of excellence

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Commercial and industry security specialists Certis Lanka Group which offers a myriad of different services and is the premier service provider in loss prevention services in Sri Lanka celebrated its 40th anniversary and awards night at a glamorous awards ceremony held at the Hilton recently with President Maithripala Sirisena as the Chief Guest. The Guest of Honour at the event was State Minister of Defence Ruwan Wijewardene.

Certis Lanka is a joint venture with Certis International of Singapore, a wholly owned company of Temasek Holdings and the private investment arm of the Government of Singapore. Certis Lanka has been operating as an independent entity providing security services in Sri Lanka for the past 40 years. The company felicitated the best performers across the group during the past year. In addition to rewarding its employees, Certis Lanka Group awarded scholarships to 30 children of its employees who had performed well at the GCE O/L and GCE A/L examinations to further their academic aspirations. Certis Lanka looks forward to its quest to be constantly ‘securing your world’ 

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