Astron Steals the night at NASCO 2015…!

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Sri Lanka’s leading privately owned pharmaceutical company – Astron Ltd – clinched 4 Golds, 3 Silvers and 1 Bronze awards in the Healthcare industry sector at the recently concluded National Sales Congress 2015 (NASCO) Awards Ceremony.  Mudith Dharmapriya and Achala Welivitiya won the Gold and Silver awards respectively in the Territory Manager category while Dulith Jayawickrama, V. Gunalan and Amila Patabendige won the Gold, Silver and Bronze awards in the Sales Executives/Supervisors category. In the Frontliners category, R.Rameshraja and Prashan Kanakarathne were awarded Gold while the Silver award was won by S. Lavan.  

Organized by The Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM) – the national body for marketing, NASCO is the premier and only event at a national level which is dedicated to recognize and reward the efforts and performance of sales personnel in Sri Lanka. An eminent panel of judges comprising of industry leaders from different industries selects the winners after evaluating each applicant in each of the categories based on their contribution to the sales profession.
“As the leading privately owned pharmaceutical company in Sri Lanka, we are pleased that our sales staff at Astron has excelled at snatching 8 awards at this year’s NASCO” said Mr.Johann de Zilwa, Director Marketing, Astron Ltd.

“It shows the commitment and dedication of our sales staff who strive to uphold our ethics” added, Mr.Sirimal Fernando, Deputy Managing Director, Astron Ltd.

Astron Limited is a fully Sri Lankan owned company which develops, manufactures and markets quality, efficacious & safe healthcare solutions. The company was incorporated in 1956 creating a milestone in the pharmaceutical industry by setting up the first pharmaceutical manufacturing facility in the country, and is dedicated to provide quality pharmaceuticals, nutritional supplements & animal healthcare products to the community.

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