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Dankotuwa Porcelain, yet another partner of TMC


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Dankotuwa Porcelain Chief Executive Officer Dr. Sajeeva Narangoda (left) and TMC President Emeritus Fayaz Saleem 

Dankotuwa Porcelain PLC, renowned for its luxurious and elegant porcelain tableware entered into partnership with The Management Club (TMC) to be its partner sponsor for a period of three years. The Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Dankotuwa Porcelain PLC Chief Executive Officer Dr. Sajeeva Narangoda (left) and President Emeritus Fayaz Saleem represented The Management Club at the TMC Secretariat recently.

Globally recognised for remarkable whiteness, one that radiates with a sense of pristine beauty, Dankotuwa Porcelain manufactures superior quality porcelain tableware for reputed international brands such as Portmeirion, Oneida, Macy’s, Country Road, Lenox, John Lewis, Crate & Barrel, Migros, Jashanmal, Ralph Lauren, the Walt Disney Company and Dilmah. As a result, the company has been instrumental in significantly expanding the profile of Sri Lankan porcelain tableware, taking it to new heights worldwide. 

Another important feature of Dankotuwa Porcelain tableware is the fact that it is safe for all aspects of dining, as the raw materials used for white products are Lead (Pb) and Cadmium (Cd) safe and does not contain bone ash. The company has the unparalleled distinction of being the first tableware manufacturer in Sri Lanka to obtain the relevant ISO certification, thus maintaining high quality standards where products can be used in a microwave or a dishwasher. 

Dankotuwa Porcelain PLC, a subsidiary of Ambeon Holdings PLC commenced its commercial operations in 1984. Voted as one of Sri Lanka’s Super Brands, recipient of the Presidential Export Awards and nominated as Most Outstanding Exporter (NCE) on several occasions, the elegance, sophistication and superiority of Dankotuwa Porcelain has earned for the company a reputation for being the best in Asia, Europe and the US. Within the milieu of growth, the Group continues to progress in the areas of Social Compliance Initiative and Monitoring Systems, which demonstrates its commitment towards maintaining overall social standards while conducting its business.

 


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