Micro receives recognition
For contribution to Sri Lankan economy:
At a glittering event at the Ceylon Continental Hotel, attended by
many heads of reputed corporate companies, Micro Cars received the
Global Commerce Excellence Award recently. This was initiated by the
Central Bank of Sri Lanka to award companies who have made a positive
contribution to the economy during a time of war. Micro Cars was one of
the few companies who walked away with this prestigious accolade. Micro
Cars, Chairman Dr Lawrence Perera and Director Guhasanka were
Micro Cars Chairman Dr. Lawrence Perera and Director Guhasanka
receiving the Global Commerce Excellence Award from Secretary to
President Lalith Weeratunga and the Central Bank of Sri Lanka
with the Global Commerce Excellence Award by Secretary to the President Lalith Weeratunga and Central Bank of Sri Lanka Governor, Nivard Cabraal.
Keeping to the vision of the 'Mahinda Chinthana Idiri Dakma' these
awarded companies have invested largely in both capital and man-power to
keep the economy afloat. This act of facing business challenges
successfully during such turbulent times has deemed these organizations
Commenting on the achievement Micro Cars Director Guhasanka said
"This award has immense value because it is a testament to the resilient
spirit and the never give up attitude of the organization.
We have invested a great deal during the war times and we were always
willing to stand by the government and the Sri Lankan people. Bringing
Sri Lanka and the people a better way of life has always been the
objective of the Micro Cars company, and it will be so in the future".
Guhasanka also mentioned that receiving this award has been extremely
encouraging it could not have been achieved without the collective
effort and positive attitude of the entire staff at the Micro Cars
The Global Commerce Excellence Awards were organized in conjunction
of Shippers Academy of Colombo and the technical cooperation of the
Central Bank of Sri Lanka, a worthy recognition as these organizations
have positively contributed to growth and shifting Sri Lanka to a middle
income nation that it is today.