Astron Limited, Sri Lanka’s largest local privately owned pharmaceutical manufacturer reaffirmed the excellence of its sales force by claiming 8 awards at recently concluded National Sales Congress 2016 (NASCO). Amila Wijeratne and Tyronne Kern won the Gold and Silver awards respectively in the Territory Manager category while Dhanushka Sompala and Dilina Premadasa won the Silver and Bronze awards in the Sales Executives category. In the Frontliners category Amila Withanaarachchi, Madushanka Prabath and Buddika Kodithuwakku were awarded Gold, Silver and Bronze awards respectively. The biggest achievement of the night was Amila Wijeratne winning silver award for the best territory manager across all industries.
Commenting on the unprecedented success of the sales force, Director Marketing – Mr.Johann De Zilwa said, “It’s great to see our sales personnel excelling and being recognized frequently at a national level. We have clinched the Gold in the territory manager and front liner categories for 3 consecutive years. We have claimed 8 awards in total this year as well and these awards are clear sentiment of the sheer commitment and the outstanding performance of our sales team in the Healthcare industry and beyond when Amila Wijeratne stole the Silver award for best territory manager across all product and service industries. Astron holds a reputation for its ethical marketing and sales practices and I believe these awards reiterate the excellence of our sales and marketing team.
Astron Ltd. is a fully Sri Lankan owned company which develops, manufactures and markets quality, efficacious and 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 celebrates 60 years of unwavering commitment to uplifting the well-being of the society through provision of quality pharmaceuticals, nutritional supplements, nutraceuticals, cosmeceuticals, herbals and animal healthcare products
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