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Efficient Building Services for a Greener Tomorrow

December 3, 2016

A session on Efficient  Building Services  for a Greener Tomorrow  was organized by the Industrial Engineering Division on the 30th of November 2016 at Galadari Hotel. Mr Ranjith Pandithage, Mr Channa Weerawardane, Mr Sarath Algama, Mr Chaminda Ranawana, Mr Wijith Pushpawela, Mr Chandima Samarasinghe and the members of the department took part in this event. A technical presentation on “The latest developments of  KSB and Energy Saving Aspects” was done by  Mr Aiden Peh  (Building Services Specialist  from  KSB  Singapore). A presentation on “Local value  additions  to KSB”  was done by Manoj Jayakody ( Senior Product Manager – DIMO) while a presentation on “Efficient  Building Services  for a greener  tomorrow” was delivered  by  the Chief Guest Prof. Rahula  Attalage – Deputy Vice Chancellor  of  University  of  Moratuwa. The vote  of  thanks was delivered by Mr Chandima Samarasinghe.

Introducing 2017 DIMO Wall Calendar – “Innovation inspired by Nature”

December 1, 2016

For many, we are in the business of bringing the most advanced technologies and the best engineered experiences in the world to Sri Lanka, with over 7 decades of touching hearts and enriching lives for the better. Every page of this calendar denotes interesting characteristics of an animal which has resemblance to our best engineered brands. The images are hand drawn and executed as a style of modern art.

In-line with our aspiration to add value responsibly, DIMO has yet again printed this year’s calendar using only Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) approved paper and Vegetable Based Ink. The Corporate Communications Department extends its heartfelt appreciation to each and every member of the DIMO Tribe, who supported in various means to make this year’s calendar a great success. We would also like to thank the Chairman, CEO and the Management for their excellent support to make the project a success. Our calendar is in its 7th edition, and is one of the most sought after calendars in the country. And this “mini-hoarding” of DIMO will be hung on thousands of households in 2017.