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Toppan Forms bags Silver and Bronze at Collate 2016

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Toppan Forms (Colombo) Limited (TFC), a print management outsourcing company, won Silver and Bronze awards at the recently held Collate 2016, an annual awards ceremony organized by the Sri Lanka Association of Printers recognizing the best in product, quality and excellence in the printing industry. 
A subsidiary of the EWIS Group, TFC provides comprehensive end-to-end printing solutions, which are tailor-made to meet strategic business objectives of the customers. TFC, together with its partner Toppan Forms Japan(- a Fortune 500 company) and associate company Toppan Forms Singapore (TFS), have currently implemented most of the printing solutions in the Asia Pacific region with its group associates with a client portfolio encompassing industries in telecommunications, finance, insurance, utilities etc. Sanjeewa Wickramanayake, Chairman of TFC said, “We are proud of this achievement which is indicative of our unwavering commitment to printing excellence in our 35-year journey. We set the benchmark by converting conventional printing to high-tech printing to implement total print management outsourcing in Sri Lanka and overseas.” The Toppan Forms state-of-the-art printing plant situated in Panadura is equipped with high-tech machinery, some which may not be found anywhere else in South Asia. TFC covers a wide variety of information-based businesses, such as integration of printed matter and electronic documents, information media like RFID and IC, and development of products compatible with printed electronics technologies.  The company has the market monopoly for Data Printing Security (DPS) and is the market leader in the Business Forms and Cheque Printing segments. TFC is also the market leader for outsourced Data Printing Services for major companies such as Dialog Axiata, HSBC, Standard Chartered Bank, DFCC Bank, Bank of Ceylon and a host of others. It also prints the lottery Tickets for the Development Lotteries Board. 

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