Sunday, August 18, 2013

පැල්වත්ත කිරි කර්මාන්ත ආයතනය - Pelwatte Milk Foods

පැල්වත්ත කිරි කර්මාන්ත ආයතනය, පැල්වත්ත කිරි ආයතනයට අනුබද්ද ආයතනයකි. 2006 දී "ගමට කර්මන්ත" වැඩසටහන යටතේ ආරම්භ කරන ලදී. අයෝජන මන්ඩලය මගින් BOI තත්වයද පිරිනමා ඇත. මෙය ඌව පළාතේ,මොණරාගල දිස්‌ත්‍රිකයේ, බුත්තල පැල්වත්ත සීනී කර්මාන්තායතනයට අසල පිහිටා ඇත.

Pelwatte milk foods to enter the market shortly

Pelwatte Dairy Industries Ltd (PDIL), a subsidiary of Pelwatte Sugar Industries PLC (PSIPLC), plans to launch its milk powder production soon. Machinery imported from Denmark has been installed at the milk powder plant for this purpose. “We are in the process of completing the milk powder plant”, Chairman of the company Ariyaseela Wickremanayake told the Business Times, adding that Pelwatte milk foods will enter the local market shortly.
Pelwatte Dairy Industries Ltd. has invested Rs.1.8 billion on the state-of-the-art dairy processing plant and animal feed production factory in the Monaragala District. Liquid milk for this factory is being collected from the districts of Monaragala and Ampara amounting to 150,000 litres per day. The factory currently produces yoghurt and ice cream. "Around 25,000 farmers work directly at the dairy factory in Pelawatte while 40,000 persons indirectly benefited by the project," he added.
Mr. Wickremanayake revealed that the company will launch an Rs.450 million Initial Public Offer (IPO) at the end of this month or in the first week of February. He said that 20% of the company stock would be offered to the public.
Meanwhile production at Pelwatte Sugar Factory, the largest sugar factory in Sri Lanka, has come down from 42,000 tons in 2009 to 29,000 tons in 2010 due to bad weather conditions. However the factory is functioning smoothly under Pelwatte Sugar Industries PLC (PSIPLC) without any industrial disputes or worker unrest, said Mr. Wickremanayake. He denied allegations from the Inter Company Employees Union which claimed that the wages of the employees and the vehicle owners who supplied transport facilities as well as the farmers who supplied sugar cane to the factory were not paid properly. All the payments were made and there was no worker dispute at the factory, he said.
The company cultivates sugarcane under rain-fed conditions, and produces sugar and other byproducts from the raw cane. PSIPLC's subsidiary, Pelwatte Sugar Distilleries (Pvt) Limited, produces potable and technical alcohol utilizing molasses, a byproduct of the sugar factory.

Sunday Times,

1 comment:

keerthi raterala said...

අැත්තටම හද පත්ලෙන්ම සතුටුවෙන්න පුළුවන් කර්තව්‍යයක්. මෙවැනි දේශීය ව්‍යාපාරිකයින්ට අත හිත දීලා ඔවුන් දිරිමත් කිරීම ශ්‍රී ලාංකික අප හැමගේම යුතුකමක්. රජය පැත්තෙන් දිය යුතු සහයෝගය පසුගිය දිනවල දුන්නානේ. ඒ නිසා පාරිගෝගිකයින් වශයෙන් අපේ යුතුකම ඉටු කරමු.

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