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Alumex signs on as platinum sponsor of 18th Annual Construct Exhibition

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Sri Lanka’s premier integrated manufacturer of aluminium extrusions, Alumex Plc, announced that it had once again signed on to serve as a Platinum Sponsor for the 18th annual Construct Exhibition 2018, taking place from 24-26 August at the BMICH.

Attracting international participation from across the Asian region, including brands and products from Malaysia, India, Pakistan and China, Construct 2018 is one of South Asia’s most well recognised and attended industry events. 

Construct 2018 is organised by the National Construction Association of Sri Lanka (NCASL) and endorsed by the Ministry of Housing and Construction, the Ministry of Skills Development and Vocational Training, Ministry of Higher Education and Highways and Ministry of Industry and Commerce. Additionally, the exhibition is also supported by the Young Constructors Forum, the Federation of Chambers of Commerce of Sri Lanka and the SAARC Chamber of Industry and Commerce.   

“It is a true pleasure for us at Alumex to further deepen our engagement and involvement with Construct 2018. This exhibition continues to serve as a vital platform to showcase the best innovations in the market and promote the adoption of the best materials, designs and trends in Sri Lanka.   

“The exhibition also provides unprecedented access to industry experts, key decision-makers in civil construction, quarrying, construction materials and related industries. Being one of the lynchpins of the local industry, Alumex is therefore proud to serve as Platinum Sponsor to Construct 2018,” said Alumex Managing Director Pramuk Dediwela. 

He added that in addition to its extensive existing range, Alumex would also be unveiling new lines of colour, finishes and products – including an intricate new Lift & Slide design and additional ranges of handrails and half partitions. 

As one of the country’s most respected integrated aluminium extrusion manufacturers, Alumex’s comprehensive range of products includes a wide array of aluminium profiles that can be adapted into windows, doors and partitions that can include sliding, folding and tilt-and-turn designs among others. 

A subsidiary of homegrown diversified conglomerate Hayleys Plc, Alumex is a fully-integrated manufacturer of aluminium profiles, operating in Sri Lanka since 1986. The company develops and manufactures Aluminium extrusions for an extensive range of applications for the fabrication of doors, windows, shop fronts, curtain walls and other specialised commercial aluminium systems.


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