Hemas Logistics, a premier integrated logistics solutions provider, unveiled its second 45-ton top lift container handler to the laden container terminal fleet recently at an event held at the Hemas Container terminal in Welisara.
Laden container terminal is a unique service offered by a very few inland container depot (ICD) operators in Sri Lanka. The capital intensive nature and the right mix of capability in terms of maintenance, engineering and marketing & sales have precluded most depot operators from investing in such equipment.
Laden container terminals are used as bulk storage yards of imported raw materials in full container loads bound for manufacturing or interim storage of export bound containers pending vessel opening or bulk storage of commodities to endure market price fluctuations including food commodity containers that require plug-in facilities, for which Hemas Logistics offer 50 plug points with 24 hour backup generator and monitoring capability.
Kasturi Wilson, Managing Director of Hemas Transportation sector said, “We are committed to expand our integrated portfolio of logistics solutions, as we believe in giving the best to our customers.
Having well experienced logistics experts in our team coupled with the infrastructure empowers us to deliver the best solutions for our customers”.
Imtiaz Esufally, Chairman of Hemas Transportation said, “We thank our clients and business partners for their continuous support. Hemas Holdings is committed to delivering value in the logistics business with highly personalised services of unmatched quality. Meanwhile, I must thank our senior management team and the staff for their customer centric business approach that drives growth and leads to competitive advantage for the benefit of Hemas and our clients”.
The event concluded with a live demonstration of the container handler by a team of experienced and well trained operators.
The Hemas Group is one of the leading conglomerates in Sri Lanka with a focus on four key sectors, namely Fast Moving Consumer Goods, Healthcare, Transportation, and Leisure.