In 1981, with the dawn of the open economy, six enterprising individuals teamed up to form what was to become one of Sri Lanka’s best known enterprises. Sierra Construction Limited was incorporated to venture into the fields of Civil and Telecommunication Engineering, sectors that were hitherto solely dominated by foreign companies or by companies with foreign collaborations.
Developed by Alpha Engineering Services in partnership with the National Engineering Research and Development Centre of Sri Lanka in 1982, the company was soon awarded the Pioneering Industry status from the Government of Sri Lanka. Following this accreditation, the manufacturing and marketing of ‘Solar Therm’ was transferred to Alpha Thermal Systems (Private) Limited.Following the visionary path set forth
The Colombo Picture Palace – CPP Glass & Mirrors – glass and mirror wholesalers since 1943
Swisstek (Ceylon) PLC formerly known as Parquet (Ceylon) PLC was established in 1967 and is a member of Lanka Walltiles Group of Companies since 2003. The Company’s main line of business shifted from manufacture and sale of wooden flooring under the “SWISSPARKETT” brand name to the manufacture and sale of Tile Grout and Tile Mortar. The Company also manufactures Decorative Pebbles and continues to import and supply wooden flooring for the local market. All products are manufactured to the highest quality standards and are distributed under new brand name “SWISSTEK”.
Having diversified into many dynamic business ventures Free Lanka Capital Holdings has created an ideal platform to invest in Sri Lanka in areas such as tea and rubber plantations, property development, leisure and hydropower generation. Our history of undisputed success in the tea and rubber manufacturing industry has enabled us to thrive in many other ventures, broadening our scope as a holding company. Today we stand tall among many other establishments purely because we are conscious about our values that are upheld in generating commendable profits and growth.
LANKEM PAINTS is the culmination of over Three-decade process of evolution and growth that began in 1984. Today we have become the most sought after color provider by understanding the specific color needs of our nation.
We offer full range of coatings for exterior & interior applications & we are strengthening our ground in industrial & auto refinish coatings offering unmatched quality & expertise.
Excel International Ventures is one stop shop with focused on the satisfaction of our customer needs in a global market. We promote the development of our market by supplying quality products as well as services, looking for long-term relationships the allow a sustainable growth.
Welcome to Development Interplan (Ceylon) Limited – (DICL). We are a customer-centric organisation engaged in the sustainable sourcing of consumer products, industrial products, manpower services and value added services of Sri Lankan origin.
DICL is a subsidiary of the Malship Group of Companies and leverages group synergies to deliver executive shipping and logistic services. These operations are conducted to positively affect the supply chain functions of all Sri Lankan products and services that we export
A diversified and truly Sri Lankan entity, involved in manufacturing, trading, imports and exports in the building materials sector, adding Colour and Elegance to your Lifestyle and making your Environment Beautiful.
MULTILAC, the household name in paints in Sri Lanka, is manufactured by Macksons Paints. Established in 1981, Macksons Paints has revolutionized the paint industry in Sri lanka with its unsurpassed quality and the most innovative technology. We provide customized solutions for every market segment with paints of quality and distinction.
Holcim Lanka is a part of the global Holcim group. Catering to 31% of the cement market, the company focuses on Economic, Social and Environmental performance along the triple bottom line of sustainable development. The company currently operates one fully integrated cement plant in Puttalam, while also operating a grinding plant in Galle for better customer focus and coverage. Also accessible for imported cement is the Ambuja Terminal, now called Galle Cement Terminal if additional cement is required.