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SLFFA extends best wishes to Premier and UNF

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On behalf of the freight forwarding community, the Sri Lanka Logistics & Freight Forwarders’ Association extends its best wishes to the Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe and the United National Front for Good Governance for the decisive victory achieved in the recently concluded Parliamentary Elections.  

The Sri Lanka Logistics & Freight Forwarders’ Association was established in 1981 with the objective of bringing all Freight Forwarders under one umbrella, and with a view of institutionalizing and professionalizing the trade.  Today the government, relevant government agencies and the trade have recognized the SLFFA as the apex body representing the industry.  We serve as a strong advocate to the government on air freight, shipping and port related matters. 

We are of the view that Sri Lanka has immense potential to be a global shipping hub, and what is required today is to ensure that the various plans that have been developed over the years after considerable analysis are fast implemented.  

We assure you and the new government our fullest support and cooperation in the betterment and further development of the economy and the shipping industry of Sri Lanka.  

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