Trends & News

05Oct 2017

Silk Route Ceylon Merchants (PVT) LTD (SRCM) were the proud recipients of two Bronze awards at the recently concluded National Chamber of Exporters ( NCE ) awards ceremony. The tropies, certificates and medals were presented by Hon.Harsha De SIlva , Deputy Minister of Policy Planning and Economic Development  to Mr.Vidura Gunaratne, Chairman of SRCM in which , the […]

04Apr 2017

Minister of Tourism Development and Christian Religious Affairs John Amaratunga experienced the sense of authentic Chinese hospitality during his visit to Quanzhou from 17-20 February. This business visit paved the way for the Boarding Mountain Travel Company Ltd. (BMTC) to arrive with its first delegation of elite travellers from China on 18 March. These meetings […]

09Feb 2017

Japanese celebrity of ‘Oshin’ fame was presented with a magnificent range of Ceylon Kisses Nuwara Eliya & Uva teas by the Chairman of Silk Route Ceylon Merchants ( Pvt) Ltd., Mr.Vidura Gunaratne upon her premier visit to Sri Lanka on the 2nd of February 2017.

30Dec 2016

The EDB facilitated Sri Lankan leading exporters to have fruitful discussions with Malaysian counterparts during the Business Forum themed ‘Mutual Business Opportunities between Sri Lanka & Malaysia’ which was held on 15 December 2016 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Kuala Lumpur with the participation of more than 300 top businessmen from Malaysia. A Sri Lankan […]

19Oct 2016

In keeping with the company’s CSR venture to voluntarily contribute to a better society and cleaner environment, an unanimous decision was made to sponsor the jerseys of a team of aspiring players belonging to the Kandana Football Club at their inaugural match against the Colombo Java Lane Football Club for the Lanka Samaranayake Memorial Shield.

09Jun 2015

A special event was held at the BMICH conference room on the 8th of June 2015 to mark the ” 2015 Re-Take the Maritime Silk Route,” fleet which docked at the Colombo Port. ‘Ceylon Kisses,’ was part of the special tea ceremony which was organized to demonstrate the charm of the two traditional tea cultures of China and Sri Lanka and their bi-lateral trade relationship which dates back many centuries.