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Sri Lanka Pharmaceutical Manufacturers’ Association AGM today


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The Sri Lanka Pharmaceutical Manufacturers’ Association (SLPMA) will be holding its 54th Annual General Meeting on Thursday 25 July at ‘Elevate’, Access Towers, Union Place, Colombo 2.

The Chief Guest at the AGM is Ministry of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine Secretary Wasantha Perera, while National Medicines Regulatory Authority Chairman Prof. Asitha De Silva will be the Guest of Honour. 

As a mark of appreciation and recognition, the SLPMA will be felicitating its past chairpersons who have contributed towards the progress and development of the association during the corridors of time. 

The composition of the SLPMA are those engaged in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals and devices, and its supply to the Medical Supplies Division, Ministry of Health, to domestic and export markets. 

The vision is to promote the efficiency of the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry in order to ensure pharmaceuticals and devices of the highest quality are readily available for the prevention and treatment of human diseases. The mission of the association is to make every endeavour to maintain and enhance the reputation of the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry, to contribute to public health and welfare, and to assist and co-operate with the Government and relevant authorities to develop the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals and devices in Sri Lanka.

The SLPMA welcomes any entity/company intending to manufacture pharmaceuticals and devices domestically to join the association based in the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, Colombo and to contact the Secretariat via rohan@chamber.lk.


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