Dankotuwa Porcelain Steam Inhalers now available in showrooms

Dankotuwa Porcelain PLC, renowned for its luxurious and elegant porcelain recently introduced the all new customized steam inhaler which is said to be ideal for individuals affected by respiratory tract infections.

Cargo Boat Development Company PLC (CBD) - an associate company of the Renuka Hotels Group - has completed the refurbishment of its landmark building in Fort.

Kelsey Homes, the pioneering real estate developer in Sri Lanka, is celebrating the resounding success of the First Phase of their latest project CENTRAL PARK, JA-ELA, While the marketing campaign for the property commenced in mid-May, Kelsey Homes was able to successfully find buyers for all 70 apartments within a month of the launch, driven by significant demand from customers and underscoring Kelsey Homes leading position in the real estate space in Sri Lanka.

Leading Indian infrastructure developer Iconic Developments reported that construction of its self-contained luxury apartment complex Iconic Galaxy in Rajagiriya was gathering momentum with the relaxing of lockdown laws in the country.

LankaPropertyWeb, the company behind the country’s leading property website lankapropertyweb.com, has announced the launch of Sri Lanka’s first ever virtual real estate expo.

With efforts to improve environmental sustainability at a corporate level, JAT Holdings, Sri Lanka’s trusted household name for wood coating products, currently stands as the first paint company in Sri Lanka to calculate its direct and indirect carbon footprint of all 3 scopes.

Colombo’s newest landmark on Galle Face Centre is once again a hub of activity as construction gets back into swing following the lifting of the lockdown.

Leading Sri Lankan property developer Prime Group, is adding to its award-winning and extensive portfolio of housing projects with Waterfall Residencies, a tranquil, nature-friendly residential complex located on the prolific, booming neighborhood of Chandrika Kumaratunga Mawatha, Malabe.

Over the years, local cement manufacturers have contributed immensely in enriching the national economy through value additions that support the employment opportunities, upskilling of local construction professionals through continuous training and education provided across all levels of stakeholders along with many dedicated social welfare activities that support the local communities.

Sri Lanka’s construction sector which ranks as the 5th highest in the nations GDP earnings, after Services, Manufacturing, Agriculture and Utilities reports continued interest from local and international buyers as the industry gears towards returning to construction in a COVID-19 affected world.

With the COVID-19 lockdown being eased by the government and normalcy gradually returning, Sri Lanka's leading property portal LankaPropertyWeb.com has announced a rise in the number of website searches it receives.

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