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LTL Holdings

Starting with an investment of Rs. 8.5 million in the beginning of the 1980s, LTL Holdings has become the premier engineering company in Sri Lanka, enjoying international recognition and is worth approximately Rs. 5, 000 million today.

Formally known as Lanka Transformers Group of Companies, LTL Holdings has a very strong commitment to excellence which is showcased in their superior products. Catering to over 20 countries globally it is this attention to detail and quality that has allowed the company to become a major player in the international engineering arena. Over 50% of our products are exported, after meeting the entire domestic requirements. Continue Reading…
 

Sustainability

LTL Holdings started as a joint venture of the Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) and the large multinational group – ABB of Norway. This resulted in LTL enjoying the combined advantage of the stability of a state sector organization with the efficiency of the private sector.  Our organization culture exemplifies the qualities of a successful private and public partnership – it has proven that state controlled entities do not have to be inefficient, slow and loss-making businesses, but that with the right leadership and management any company can excel. Continue Reading…
 

Best business practices

LTL Holdings always employs best business practices, which is evident with the superior quality of our products. In all our major operations we maintain the highest standards – from the quality to the environment to occupational health and safety. We conform to ISO standards with regards to Det Norske Veritas certified requirements and maintain streamlined project management that help us deliver our products, services and EPC contracts on time. We are synonymous with on-time delivery. Continue Reading…
 

History

Lanka Transformers Ltd was set up as a joint venture between Ceylon Electricity Board and Bonar Long of Scotland in 1980. The sole objective of setting up of the company was to have the technology of transformer manufacture be available to CEB within the country and thereby have a high quality, locally manufactured transformer for the electricity distribution system of Sri Lanka with reliable supply and after sales service. In 1982 CEB invested Rs. 8.5 M to acquire 70% stake of the new company. Continue Reading…

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