Asian Paints to power SLIA Fellowship Nite

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Asian Paints entered into a partnership with The Sri Lanka Institute of Architects (SLIA) as a Sponsor for the Fellowship Nite. The Memorandum of Understanding associated with this partnership was signed between the two parties at a ceremony held at the SLIA recently. Speaking at the event, SLIA President Archt. Prof. Chitra Weddikkara said, “I would like to thank Asian Paints for their generous sponsorship for our Fellowship Nite. It is indeed an honour to enter into a partnership with a company such as Asian Paints which is reputed for its product quality and outstanding service to the customers.” Asian Paints has established themselves as one of the most prominent companies of Sri Lanka and this partnership between the SLIA and Asian Paints precedes the ‘Architect 2014’, the annual sessions of SLIA, scheduled to be held from 19 to 23 February at the BMICH, Colombo. The National Conference based on the theme ‘Architecture, Envisioning Futures’, will host a number of presentations by locally and internationally reputed professionals. The Members’ Works and Trade Exhibition will create the opportunity for the public to see architectural creations by many architectural practices in Sri Lanka. The Trade Exhibition will also create the opportunity for the public to see a range of materials available in the industry. Since its establishment in 1942, Asian Paints have grown from strength to strength to become one of India’s largest and Asia’s third largest company. The company has established its presence in 17 countries with 25 manufacturing facilities worldwide. Asian Paints (Lanka) Limited, the company’s manufacturing arm in Sri Lanka is currently one of the largest in the country and manufactures a complete range of protective and decorative coatings. Asian Paints (Lanka) Limited is a market leader in most of the product categories and thus manufactures around 5,500 KL of paints annually. The company manufactures a complete range of decorative, wood finishes and industrial coatings. For the first time in Sri Lanka, Asian Paints launched a stain resistant luxury emulsion – Royale Luxury Emulsion – in 2007. The company has also set up over 200 Colour World outlets in the country to better serve their customers while offering a wider range of shades. Asian Paints has been able to establish a clear leadership in Sri Lanka. It leverages its worldwide experience to deliver products that are of International quality to consumers.