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RS Steel Chairman Dr. Ramesh Shivalingam unveiling websites at the auspicious time. Looking on are Vice Chairman Maithree de Silva, heads of leading construction companies and distinguished guests

 

RS Steel, a leading steel wire manufacturing company in Sri Lanka, manufactures RS QST RB 500 steel wires. 

RS Steel Group of Companies recently launched three websites at the Light House Hotel in Galle – rssteelcompanyprofile-singhala, rssteelcompanyprofile-english and rsrollingmill are the three websites. 

The three websites that are in both English and Sinhala languages shed light on the history of RS Steel Company, company information, product portfolio, production processes, raw material used for production, standard certifications of the company, dealer network and company’s news.

The unveiling ceremony of the three websites was attended by RS Steel Chairman Dr. Ramesh Shivalingam, RS Steel Vice Chairman Maithree de Silva, heads of leading construction companies and distinguished guests.

Dr. Shivalingam speaking at the occasion said RS Steel became the top-of-the-mind steel wire product of the Sri Lankan consumers during the past few years. 

“Because of the high standards maintained and affordable prices RS Steel became the most preferred steel wire in the Sri Lankan marketplace. This preference by the consumers grew tremendously over the past few years. It is our responsibility as a company to facilitate our customers’ requirements. We now live in an era where information technology plays a pivotal role. People now browse the internet to find the information they require. We have launched these three websites to provide our existing customers and potential customers all information they need with regard to our company and its products.”

RS Steel Company’s product RS QST RB 500 steel wire is made to international standards with the best quality imported iron billets with latest technology and chemicals to add extra strength. 

The Sri Lanka Standard Institute awarded SLS 375:2009 standard certificate to RS QST RB 500 steel wire in 2015. 

RS Steel Company commissioned in 2010 manufactures a range of steel wires/rods with the RS brand name catering to the building manufacturing sphere in the country. 


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