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A T Cooray celebrates 90 years of creating modern office spaces

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As Sri Lanka steadily makes its way to becoming a modern metropolis and global brands battle it out to be seen and heard in the city, transforming the modern office space to be more ergonomic, environmentally and employee friendly and appealing to customers is a prerequisite for all businesses despite their size and tenure in the business arena. 
Most if not all companies will therefore set out to look for a furniture manufacturer who is modern in design perspective, accommodative in fulfilling customer expectations, is backed by a heritage of trust and is cost effective.
Enter A T Cooray (Pvt.) Ltd, one of Sri Lanka’s most sought-after furniture manufacturers with a 90-year expertise in the business. Established by its founder in the south of Sri Lanka, the bespoke furniture manufacturer currently operates out of an exclusive showroom in Colombo 3. 
The showroom stocks and array of office furniture ranging from office chairs and tables, visitors area seating, filing cabinets and closets, boardroom  furniture among many others.
“We always encourage customers to visit the store in Colpetty and experience for themselves what is on offer. In the modern era like with every other purchase office furniture also has to be selected to reflect the personality and values of the company. 
Colour coordination, proper lighting mechanisms and ergonomics are essential and we as the supplier are more than happy to sit with customers who are genuinely interested in creating a difference and walk them through the process,” said A T Cooray (Pvt.) Ltd Marketing Director.
Many corporate offices in the city of Colombo have been designed, manufactured and installed by A T Cooray (Pvt.) Ltd. State-of-the-art technology on par with those used in Europe are used in the manufacturing process while research and development into new technology and furniture trends allows the company to retain market leadership positioning.

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