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Sri Lankan textile exporters hail Bureau Veritas
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Oct '12
The Sri Lankan National Chamber of Exporters (NCE) has recognized Bureau Veritas as an outstanding Service Provider to Exporters and its contribution to the success of the country's textile manufacturers.

Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services Sri Lanka (Pvt) Ltd. provides a full range of specialist services to textile manufacturers in Sri Lanka. These include textile, garment and accessories testing; both physical and analytical. It also provides inspections, social accountability audits as well as factory assessments.

The Annual NCE Export Awards is one of the most eagerly awaited and well attended events in Sri Lanka's business calendar to recognize and reward excellence.  During its 20th Annual NCE Export Awards ceremony held in Colombo, Sri Lanka on 21 September 2012, Bureau Veritas Sri Lanka received the Silver Award in the "Service Providers to Exporters Sector" category.

The NCE is the only private sector Chamber which exclusively serves Sri Lankan exporters and is considered to be the ‘Voice of the Exporter’. The Chamber has a membership of more than 450 export-oriented companies covering all products and most service sectors, as well as service providers to exporters.

Ms. Chanaki De Costa, General Manager of Bureau Veritas Sri Lanka, said, "As one of the fastest growing textile manufacturing and export countries in Asia, Bureau Veritas delivers expertise in testing, inspection, audit and assessment to the exporters in Sri Lanka. Our focus on supporting clients overcomes the myriad of regulatory and quality compliance hurdles is recognized with this award.”   Chanaki added: “This award demonstrates Bureau Veritas’ quality services and subject matter knowledge that we provide to our clients in the industry. We are proud to be able to assist and support Sri Lankan textile exporters and we will continue to assist them to maintain and improve quality of their products."

Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services Sri Lanka (Pvt) Ltd.

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