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ISMM past presidents felicitated

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From left: ISMM General Secretary Jayantha Gallehewa, ISMM Past President Anil Ponweera, ISMM Founder Member/Past President Gerry Hidelaratchi, ISMM President R.L. Nalin Silva, OPA President Eng. Nissanka Perera, ISMM Past President Danesha Perera and ISMM Past President Noel Wickramasinghe

In keeping with tradition, Institute of Supply and Materials Management President Nalin Silva organised a ceremony to felicitate three of their past presidents namely, Danesha Perera, Anil Ponweera and Noel Wickramasinghe by unveiling their portraits at a well-attended ceremony at the O.P.A. Auditorium on 5 March. The Chief Guest was Eng. Nissanka Perera, President of the Organisation of Professional Associations of Sri Lanka and the Guest of Honour was Gerry Hidelaratchi, Founder Member and Past President of ISMM and Past President of the OPA.

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