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Finco Engineering opens latest branch in Kaduwela

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Finco Engineering, pioneers in Sri Lanka for waterproofing and market leader for multidimensional engineering and construction chemical products and solutions, with more than 30 years of experience, recently opened its doors in Kaduwela. The recent outlet and office located at No: 295/A, Kaduwela Road, Kothalawela, Kaduwela, stands testament to the company’s commitment in offering trustworthy solutions to fulfil all consumer needs relating to waterproofing, concrete admixtures, structural repairs, geosynthetics, gabions and soil nailing.

Commenting on the recent milestone of the company, Finco Engineering (Pvt) Limited COO Ranjan Dissabandare said, “It is with great pride that we announce the launch of our eighth branch in Kaduwela. Spanning over three decades of expertise in providing solutions in the field of engineering, Finco Engineering strives to maintain quality and security on par with global standards. We have locally and internationally trained marketing and technical staff who conduct practical training workshops to educate our clients on the proper usage of products provided by us.

Our branches are open from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. for the convenience of all customers. Currently Finco Engineering has successfully completed many projects both locally and internationally. The trusted and longstanding partnerships with contractors, architects, engineers and home owners, speak volumes to our commitment, integrity, adaptability and customer satisfaction.” With a strong backing from the Finco group, under which there are several subsidiaries engaged in various industries ranging from manufacturing, engineering and construction chemical solutions to housing, IT, leisure and office solutions, Finco Engineering is robustly positioned to reach out to a wide spectrum of customers.

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