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Sithara wins again at CNCI Achiever Awards

5 February, 2023
Director of Sithara Limited, Chayanka Wickremesinghe receives the award 
Director of Sithara Limited, Chayanka Wickremesinghe receives the award 

Sithara Limited, a printing ink manufacturer, won the merit award in the extra-large category, national level, manufacturing sector at the annual CNCI Achiever Awards 2022 recently.

It was organised by the Ceylon National Chamber of Industries (CNCI).

President Ranil Wickremesinghe was the chief guest. CNCI Achiever Awards was established to boost the industrial sector in the country by recognising and rewarding industrialists who excel in their businesses.

Director, Sithara Limited, Chayanka Wickremesinghe said, “It’s a great privilege for us to be awarded by the CNCI for the good work that our team is doing day-in and day-out. At a time when we are both approaching six decades of a leading presence in the industry and also navigating through global challenges, it’s a testament of our team’s resilience to not only be steady but also continue finding growth opportunities in a highly competitive industry.

“We are very proud to be a truly Sri Lankan company in an industry with large global players and to be moving ahead with a clear vision for success,” he said.

Sithara is committed to providing its customers with the best quality products and the company has received the ISO 9001:2015 quality certification.

In addition, Sithara is one of the few companies in the world who are certified by TUV Austria to manufacture compostable inks for packaging. This demonstrates the company’s ability to manufacture products that meet and exceed regulatory requirements and enhances customer satisfaction through constant improvements, he said.

“We are committed to perfecting our process and up-skilling our employees. We want our employees to be inspired and motivated, so they produce the best quality products in accordance with international quality and safety standards,” Wickremesinghe said.