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Ceyline invests in Califolink Logistics


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Ceyline Group, a diversified shipping group in Sri Lanka, has enhanced their supply chain management capabilities with the latest addition to their Group, Califolink Logistics Ltd. 

Califolink, a leading brand name in providing specialised logistic solutions to the automotive industry, was established in 1989. Over the years, they have diversified their business portfolio and ventured into container sales, hiring, modification, and transportation businesses. The company has a fleet of forty prime movers, trailers and a team of experts that provide logistic services to the automotive industry giants. 

“We are excited about the newest addition to the Ceyline family. This creates many synergies within the Group that will help accelerate our growth. Our mission is to provide the most cost effective total logistic solution to our customers,” stated Ceyline Group Director Mevan Peiris. 

Califolink Logistics Director Dilanka Jinadasa said: “We believed Califolink's extensive logistical capabilities and mobile storage facilities along with the platform built on supporting equipment rentals will further bolster Ceyline's ability to provide services across land, air and sea. Thus cementing its position as a 'one-stop-shop' for total logistic solutions.”


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