GAC Sri Lanka wins Business Excellence Awards

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

GAC Sri Lanka won two top prizes in the National Business Excellence Awards

It won Gold Awards in the 'Shipping & Shipping-related Services Sector' and 'Medium Category Companies - Sri Lanka' categories of the annual award competition which recognises enterprises that have demonstrated business excellence whilst contributing to the economic progress of the country.

GAC Sri Lanka's Director/Chief Executive Officer, Preethilal Fernando says: "This is the first time we have won a Gold Award at national level.

We are very proud of this achievement, which recognises our efforts in building and growing both the company and the GAC brand name in Sri Lanka.

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