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Thalani and Priyankara - best athletes

Chevron Lubricants Lanka PLC came forward for the fifth consecutive year to partner the Ceylon-German Technical Training Institute (CGTTI) in their annual athletics meet held recently at the CGTTI grounds, Moratuwa.

At the event Ms. P.D. Dinu Thalani from team Stuttgart was adjudged 'Chevron's best female athlete' while P.T. Priyankara from the Mannheim team received 'Chevron's best male athlete' award.

The 'Caltex Champions Trophy' presented by Chief Guest Kishu Gomes, Managing Director/CEO, Chevron Lubricants Lanka PLC was awarded to Team Stuttgart, while the teams Berlin, Mannheim and Frankfurt followed close behind.

Speaking on the occasion Gamini Manchanayake, Director/Principal CGTTI expressed his profound appreciation to Chevron for their support and assistance at the annual athletics meet. He said "we have indeed been fortunate to have Chevron support us in this endeavour for the past four years. Chevron is very much part of the German Tech Family and we are confident that they will continue to be so."

"We have enjoyed a truly successful partnership with the Ceylon-German Training Technical Institute" says Kishu Gomes, Managing Director/CEO, Chevron Lubricants Lanka PLC. "Through our specialised training programme we aim to educate young professionals about the mechanism of the industry and factors impacting if so that they are better equipped to face the challenges in the industry."

Gomes highlighted that Chevron's relationship with CGTTI extends beyond the academic realm. "As an organisation we greatly encourage sports and extra curricular activities. We see sports as an opportunity to help groom and grow individuals into more proficient, self-confident people. As such, we make every effort to promote sports among our employees as well as those organistions and institutions close to us, as in the case of CGTTI."

 

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