Singha Cement to help national venture, Sri Lanka

Singha Cement to help national venture, Sri Lanka
19 July 2010

Italcementi Group, which started operations in Sri Lanka in 1998 has changed its name to Singha Cement and now ventures in a national effort by donating a significant quantity of cement for the construction of homes for 150 families in the Varikuttu Uru village in Vavuniya.

Colin Nelson, Managing Director of the Company said that a key aspect of the Company’s activities are it’s CSR initiatives which form an integral part of it’s day to day operations and the Company consistently help the deprieved and needy with donations to the internally displaced persons (IDPs) with cash, goods, dry rations, clothes etc.

He said that when the Army Seva Vanitha requested cement to build houses for disabled soldiers they have donated cement without any hesitation. He said that it is the duty of everybody in this country to help those who fought to obtain peace in the country and should never forget themPublished by HT Syndication with permission from Asian Tribune.
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