Laugfs scores multiple wins at CNCI Achiever Awards

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Laugfs clinched multiple awards for excellence at the recently held CNCI Achiever of Industrial Excellence Awards 2015 organized by the Ceylon National Chamber of Industries. 
Three Laugfs companies were among the coveted award winners this year under the Service Sector in the Extra-Large Category (national level), with Laugfs Gas PLC and Laugfs Eco Sri (Pvt) Ltd being adjudged joint silver award winners. Laugfs Petroleum Ltd, entering the awards competition for the first time this year, also received a Merit award under the same category. Laugfs Gas and Laugfs Eco Sri were also recognized amongst the Top Ten Achievers of Industrial Excellence, in the second and third positions respectively. The awards ceremony took place on the 3rd of September at the Galadari Hotel in Colombo. 
The CNCI Achiever of Industrial Excellence Awards is annually organized by the Ceylon National Chamber of Industries, to promote industrial growth in the country by recognizing and rewarding excellence in achievements and overall performance.
“As a pioneer and leader in the sectors we operate, we continuously search for ways to excel in everything we do. The recognition received at the CNCI Achiever Awards by three of our Laugfs companies is a testament to this unwavering commitment to excellence and leadership. With our exceptional team of professionals, and a culture firmly weaved together with a strong value framework, I’m confident that Laugfs will continue to pioneer industry growth as a trusted Sri Lankan brand,” remarked Thilak De Silva, Group Managing Director of Laugfs Holdings.
Having rapidly expanded across 20 industries in a mere 20 years, Laugfs has continuously demonstrated its commitment to excellence across its diverse businesses, as proven by the numerous awards and recognition it has received over the years, both locally and internationally. These include the prestigious National Quality Award, the National Business Excellence Award and the Best Corporate Citizen Sustainability Award. This is also the fifth and second consecutive years Laugfs Gas and Eco Sri has been recognized at the CNCI Achiever Awards, whilst it is the first time LAUGFS Petroleum has entered the competition.
Laugfs Gas entered the domestic LP Gas industry in 2001, and today has become the fastest growing energy company in the country with an island-wide presence through its dealer network of over 3500. Having built a reputation for its strong focus on safety and quality as the ‘energy specialist of the nation’, Laugfs Gas provides specialized energy solutions in addition to its diverse portfolio of LPG related products.
Laugfs Eco Sri is the pioneer in air quality management and eco solutions in Sri Lanka, providing Vehicle Emission Testing services through its island-wide network of over 200 mobile and fixed centres across the country. The Company also offers specialized emission testing for industrial clients striving to achieve high green standards.
Established in 2004, Laugfs Petroleum has expanded across the country as the third unofficial player in the Petroleum Sector in Sri Lanka, with its network of fuel filling stations serving over 30,000 customers every day. Pioneering industry growth through innovation and technology, LAUGFS Petroleum was also the first to introduce the use of Near Field Communication (NFC) in the petroleum retail industry of Sri Lanka.

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