Standing 2nd row from left: HR Senior Training Manager Pandula Madugalle, Suzuki Sales Manager Divan Wijerathne, Yamaha Deputy General Manager Zahran Ziyawudeen, AMW Group Managing Director Brandon Morris, Suzuki and Automall General Manager Virann de Zoysa, Renault General Manager Shehann de Zoysa, Passenger Vehicles Director Yohann de Zoysa, AMW Capital Leasing General Manager Sanjaya Thenuwara, AMW Capital Leasing Acting CEO Pramuditha Mendis, HR Business Partner Shaline Asirwatham, Suzuki Sales Regional Manager Shihan Herath. Award winners front row from left: AMW Capital Leasing – Lalith Priyantha, Suzuki Sales – K. Umatharan, Suzuki Sales – H.B.P Madawa, and Suzuki Sales – G.D. Sahan Perera
Associated Motorways Ltd. (AMW) was in the spotlight again, with the conclusion of SLIM NASCO Awards 2019; which is one of the most anticipated events in Sri Lanka’s annual corporate calendar.
Organised by the Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM), the event is considered the most celebrated occasion of the year for sales professionals. AMW is proud to have fielded a winning team at NASCO 2019, with several of the organisation’s key personnel emerging victorious.
This year’s theme; ‘Excel. Engage. Ensure – Beyond all Limits’ perfectly captured the spirit of the event and the drive of the AMW personnel who competed for the ultimate prize of being recognised among Sri Lanka’s best and the brightest.
K. Umatharan (under AMW Suzuki Vehicle Sales), won a Gold Award in the ‘Front Liner Category’, whilst Pasan Madawa was rewarded with a Silver award in the same category. Sahan Perera received a Bronze award in the ‘Executive/Supervisor Category’.
AMW Capital Leasing was represented by M.A.K. Lalith Priyantha, who received a Silver Award under the ‘Regional Sales Manager Category’. The ‘Regional Sales Manager Category’ comes with the prestige of having the winners chosen from all participants and across all industries.
AMW Group Managing Director Brandon Morris, commenting on his organisation›s success said: “AMW’s success at the SLIM NASCO awards continues and showcases the organisation’s commitment to sourcing only the most competent and qualified individuals. This is complemented by extensive training, professional improvement, personnel development, and a workplace that empowers employees to achieve all they can and more.
“This approach has allowed AMW to groom some of the most successful professionals at all levels of the organisation and these employees will continue to make the company proud through their outstanding achievements. This, after all, is AMW’s greatest resource. It enables the organisation to deliver a level of service that sets it apart from all others, empowering the organisation to excel and encourage a culture of accomplishment.”
“The SLIM NASCO Awards has a unique way of evaluating the candidates; which is the reason why it is considered a highly prestigious event. Each candidate is assessed by his/her performance (capability), potential (capacity) and strategic input (value).
“We are pleased to note that the AMW team excelled on all of these frontiers. After all, our internal processes and training are designed to bring out the best in every individual, so that together we are an unstoppable force and would always strive for excellence,” explained AMW Director – Human Resources Mohamed Ibrahim.
AMW has become a household name synonymous with superior service, product reliability, and the driving spirit of innovation. Today, with over 70 years of service experience in the Sri Lankan market, the organisation continues to thrive for excellence on all fronts.
Associated Motorways offers a wide range of reliable, modern and innovative customer solutions in the automotive industry, which comprises of tire manufacturing, automobiles (passenger cars, motorcycles, marine products and generators), lubricants and financial services. AMW is committed to ensure successful delivery of superior performance, service quality, and customer convenience through a devoted workforce and a dedicated network, accessible throughout Sri Lanka.