Among the latest business ventures in Sri Lanka, Ranjo Plastics is one that seems quite promising in its field. Started recently by Arjuna Amuhengoda, this ambitious company’s main area of expertise is in its injection and moulding of plastic products, with a fully planned objective of penetrating into the market. Ambitious, though,
seems to be aligned with reality, since it also seeks, as part and parcel of its own vision, to ally itself with the business concepts and strategies in line with the current government’s policies, even considering the local market context within the depreciating rupee scenario.
A veteran in his own right, Amuhengoda has been in the plastic industry for well nigh 15 years. His goal for the company will undoubtedly be to supply plastic products to the local and BOI markets, eventually enabling them from merely importing such products, lacking in quality and reliability as they are, from the region.
Located in Thalawathugoda, this small-time company may well enlarge impressively in the future, particularly with a business plan that seems largely consistent with present-day governmental policies, as well as in its pragmatic targeting of the medium scale businesses islandwide. It may well be a small wonder, that Ranjo Plastics will comparatively soon realise its main vision, that of gaining a formidable market share by targeting local production.