DP Logistics moves headquarters to Pelawatta

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 DP Logistics (Private) Limited (DPL), a subsidiary of David Pieris Group of Companies has moved from Wellampitiya to Pelawatta to provide greater accessibility and convenience to its customers.
The new address is No. 941, Pannipitiya Road, Pelawatta, Battaramulla. The move stems from DPL’s need for additional space to accommodate the growth in demand for its services and expanded product range. 
DP Logistics which commenced operations in 2003 is today a leading logistics and supply chain management solutions provider in Sri Lanka.
Their comprehensive range of logistics and supply chain management solutions in Sri Lanka and overseas includes transportation, warehouse management, freight forwarding, customer brokerage, consultancy and project logistics as well as document management and archiving, expertise in handling large scale projects cargo and resource hiring. 
DPL believes that its new location and facilities will further enhance their ability to provide even better service to their customers.

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