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SLAEAJ held 2015 Workshop as third consecutive time.
[29 June, 2015]

SLAEAJ held 2015 Workshop as third consecutive time.The Sri Lanka Automobile Exporters Association held workshop meeting at the Sri Lanka Embassy premises in 28th of June 2015. It was held to share the best practices among the SLAEAJ members to handle the vehicle exporting business in a collaborative way and find out how SLAEAJ can support for matters would occur in their business.

According to the agenda Mr. Mohamed Ali the secretary of SLAEAJ was warmly welcomed all the participants.

After the warm welcome from secretary of SLAEAJ each SLAEAJ members had presented their presentations according to the following order.

During their speech sessions they had presented very severe problems they have undergone throughout the last year such as vehicle parts go missing when sending to the hambantota port. To solve this issue out they discussed to suggest a tally sheet solution to shipping companies which they are doing business. Further to that they discussed about the low cost container vanning solutions and inner cargo solutions implemented by ADC Company.

On behalf of the Sri Lanka Embassy of Japan Mr. Premarathne had delivered his speech and emphasize how important this sort of educational program to reveal the current milestones in the vehicle exporting industry and how to faced with unity other than in scattered way.

Session two of the event begun after the speech of Mr. Premarathna, and industrial specialists are enriched the event with such impressive information to members of the association and that would be truly benefited to their own company and their activities to be planned in near future.

Vice Secretary of the Sri Lanka Automobile Exporters Association Mr. Umar Ali was delivered his vote of thanks speech to appreciate all the members for their commitments to make this year event a success.

After the workshop event all members went to Ikebukuro Manhattan FISH MARKET restaurant to enjoy the dinner arranged by Kobe Motor Company.