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Cummins power generation generators powers Mattala Airport

Ensuring the smooth operation of the Mattala Rajapaksa international Airport project, Trade Promoters Limited (TPL) is providing standby power generation with two 935 KVA Cummins Power Generation standby generators.

Established in 1976, TPL has been the sole authorised distributor in Sri Lanka for Cummins Inc. U.S.A, a Fortune 500 company, for the last 20 years.

Guo Jian, Acting Chief Engineer at the Mattala airport said, ‘‘We chose Cummins Power Generation to provide uninterrupted power to the Mattala airport because of its reliability and the strong engineering team it has behind it. Quality was a critical deciding factor in our decision, and Cummins Power Generation generators certainly offer us that.’’

TPL has supplied power solutions for the Bandaranaike International Airport, for key government office spaces such as Sethsiripaya and the Hambantota Administrative Complex, and for landmark buildings such as the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, Bank of Ceylon, and the World Trade Centre.

“We at Trade Promoters Limited are proud to be part of such an ambitious project, which will contribute toward the development of the entire nation,” said Rohan M. Fernando, Chairman of TPL.

“Cummins was chosen to provide standby power for such a critical operation because of its superior technological standard, as well as the quality after-sales service and support for which TPL has earned a reputation for over two decades.”

Today, Trade Promoters Limited is the largest supplier of generators in Sri Lanka. The company is also the distributor for Schindler elevators and escalators, and Costec’s fully-automatic car parking systems.

With a 150-strong team, TPL operates from its head office, workshop and Cummins certified training centre in Malabe.

Cummins is the world’s largest independent manufacturer of diesel engines and produces over 1 million engines a year. In Sri Lanka, Cummins engines are used on trains by Sri Lanka Railway, patrol boats and crew transport craft by the Navy, transfer cranes and trucks at the port, construction equipment and buses, and on Cummins Power Generation generators used across the length and breadth of Sri Lanka.

Colombo Engineering repairs damaged container cell guides of Maersk Denpasar

Kiran Atapattu

Maersk Denpasar

Recently NSC of Germany the operators of the container carrier “Maersk Denpasar” contacted Kiran Atapattu of Colombo Engineering for their urgent requirement of renewal of damaged container cell guides in the ship’s container holds.

On immediate ship’s arrival a team of ship repair experts along with state of the art ship repair machinery was mobilized onboard and due to this immediate professional response and approach the repairs on four container cell guides including replacement of two locking devices for cargo hold hatch covers were completed in just ten hours without causing any delay whatsoever to the container discharging and loading operation.

This proves the port of Colombo being an international port posses the facilities to match any international port in the world.

He has also Sri Lanka’s highest medal winner all awarded for high enterprunership.

Califolink hits a record as largest vehicle transporter

Califolink car career

Moving forward serving automobile giants by efficient clearing and transporting of vehicles from Hambanthota Califolink Logistics (Pvt) Ltd, which is a subsidiary company of Jinadasa Holdings hold the record for consecutive 3rd month for this year as the largest vehicle Clearing and Transporting company from Hambanthota Port delivering more than 300 vehicles within two months.

Nimal Wijesinghe CEO, said that all the Giants in automobile industry rely on prompt, reliable vehicle transportation of CLL, which provides a goods in transit Insurance cover of Rs.50 million for each hire. And also the capability of handling massive no of vehicle both in clearance and transportation as per customers requirement providing them cost effective solutions.

CLL, a subsidiary of Jinadasa Holdings a Rs 4.0 Billion company, was established in 1976. The logistics division, incorporated in 1999, capitalized on the sector potential by focusing on Transportation. Warehousing, Freight Forwarding and providing value added services such as supply chain solutions. Today CLL has strong well maintained fleet of vehicles consist of LCL, FCL, Low bed, Fork lifters, Auto carriers , over 100,000 square feet of warehouse space and 150 modified containers which are currently being used by companies as temporary storage solutions.

As a Gold Card Customs agent with the Sri Lanka Customs and as the first BOI-approved clearing firm for on-line documentations EDI with customs/BOI CLL has always been in the forefront to implement the latest technology for the benefit of its clients.


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