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Malaysian trade delegation ties with CCI

Chamber of Construction Industry Sri Lanka (CCI) will once again collaborate with the Malaysian Timber Council (MTC) to host an interactive session for construction industry stakeholders including construction contractors, architects, designers, property developers and furniture manufacturers, which will be held on 12th August 2008 at Trans Asia Hotel.

CEO, Chamber of Construction Industry, Dakshitha Talgodapitiya said that Malaysian Timber Council has also facilitated the visit of a ten member trade delegation comprising manufacturers of furniture, mouldings and flooring, suppliers of plywood, particle boards and sawn timber, with whom one-to-one business meetings will be arranged by the Chamber on August 11 and 12.

Director, Malaysian Timber Council Dr. T. M. Wong, will deliver a lecture on 'Biodeterioration of Wood'.

The lecture will be followed by a reception and dinner which will take place under the distinguished patronage of Minister of Construction and Engineering Services Dr. Rajitha Senaratne and His Excellency Rosli Ismail, High Commissioner of Malaysia, who will be the chief guest and guest of honour respectively according to Talgodapitiya.

This initiative of the Chamber is designed to augment the supply of raw materials for the Construction Industry and Timber Processing Industries, while providing a valuable information service to the timber trade.

Malaysian Timber Council is a state owned organization established in the year 1992 to promote the Development of the timber based industry in Malaysia and marketing of timber products.

With Malaysia being endowed with a profuse variety of timber species, it has emerged to be a global leader in the supply chain of timber and timber based products.

MTC and CCI have developed a strategic alliance and similar events have been hosted since the year 2006. This is another endeavour of the Construction Chamber to facilitate enhancement of Construction Industry Capacities and Competitiveness.

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