Monday, January 28, 2013

Sri Lanka' Lankem Ceylon commissions soap plant

Jan 28, 2013 (LBO) - Sri Lanka's Lankem Consumer Products Ltd, a unit of listed Lankem Ceylon Plc group said it had commissioned a 70 million rupee soap plant that has a capacity of 70 metric tonnes per shift.

 The plant in Sapugaskande will make fragrant laundry soap with germicidal properties, which the firm says is a first in the product segment.

 "Laundry soap is the single largest category in the laundry business in Sri Lanka and this state-of-the-plant is capable of producing high quality laundry soap tablets," director Lankem Ceylon Plc, Ruwan T Weerasinghe said in a statement.

"It also gives Lankem total control of all the inputs which will help us deliver a superior product to the Sri Lankan consumer."

Lankem sells 'Teepol' branded liquid detergent, 'Bubble' detergent powder washing machine.
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