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The Management Club recently signed up with Sunquick Lanka Ltd. as a Co Sponsor for the year 2018/19 and the MOU in respect of same was signed on Tuesday, 27 March at the registered office of Sunquick Lanka Ltd., No. 36, D.R. Wijewardena Mawatha, Colombo 10.

Director Mangala Perera signed the MOU on behalf of Sunquick Lanka Ltd. together with AGM –Marketing Nisha Karunaratne whilst TMC was represented by President Emeritus Fayaz Saleem and Immediate Past President Nasser Majeed. 

At the brief signing ceremony, Director Mangala Perera indicated that he is extremely happy to partner the prestigious Management Club as a Co Sponsor for the year 2018/19 and stated that Sunquick Lanka Ltd. is glad to see the growth and development of The Management Club during the years ahead. 

He also mentioned that Sunquick Lanka Ltd. is a joint venture between C.W. Mackie PLC and CO-RO A/S – Denmark, the brand owner of world renowned ‘Sunquick’ fruit squash. 

We also understand that “Sunquick” has successfully sustained its momentum in being a fruit squash leader in the nation over the years. The prestigious Danish brand consumed by millions around the world and available in more than 100 countries. In Sri Lanka, it has been bottled, distributed and marketed by its local partner, C.W. Mackie PLC, for the last 36 years. Sunquick Lanka Ltd. was established in year 2017, intending to leverage the earned brand equity Sunquick which had been accumulated over the course of its journey in Sri Lanka thus far and take the brand to the next level in terms of providing Sri Lankan customers with a completely different yet delightful experience. 


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