INSEE Cement Expresses Gratitude to Sri Lanka Military Frontliners

Monday, 24 August 2020 08:47

INSEE Cement Expresses Gratitude to Sri Lanka Military Frontliners


INSEE Cement Sri Lanka, the country’s foremost cement manufacturer is expanding its multifaceted approach to counter the spread of COVID-19 across the island by appreciating the selfless efforts of Sri Lanka military personnel who stepped up to fight the spread of the virus from the frontlines.

The industry leading cement producer signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Sri Lanka Army on the 31st of July 2020, offering Sri Lanka military personnel a special concessionary rate for INSEE’s flagship homebuilding brand – INSEE SANSTHA as a gesture of gratitude to personnel across all ranks of the army.

The MoU was formalized by Brigadier Tikiri Dissanayake who heads the Directorate of Army Welfare, and Mr. Jan Kunigk, Executive Vice President – Sales, Marketing & Innovations at INSEE Cement at the Army Headquarters, Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte.

“From distributing relief and contact tracing to running quarantine centers across the country, the Sri Lanka Military has been exemplary in their efforts to fight and contain COVID-19 in the country,” Jan Kunigk stated.


“We are honoured to be part of this project implemented by the Directorate of Army Welfare to offer Sri Lanka’s most loved cement brand SANSTHA at a subsidized rate to all Army personnel, and will continue to play our role as a responsible corporate that is in the frontlines, leading the re-building of our nation.”

INSEE Cement was one of the corporates that stepped forward at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic to support the government of Sri Lanka’s efforts in curbing the spread of the virus across the island.


The company provided face shields and masks to the Sri Lankan Army during the height of the pandemic and lockdown across Sri Lanka.

Army personnel will be able to purchase subsidized INSEE SANSTHA Cement by coordinating with Army Welfare shops in Panagoda, Anuradhapura, Pallekele, Minneriya, Boossa, Ampara, Diyatalawa and the Army Headquarters in Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte.

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