Würth Lanka, fully owned-subsidiary of the renowned German-based global brand Würth, celebrated its 25th Anniversary on November 3, 2023, at the Hilton Colombo Residencies.
Synonymous with excellence in the Automotive Aftermarket, Construction industry for technical chemicals and tools, and the Metal and Maintenance industry for tools, PPE, and technical maintenance chemicals, the event was a joyous occasion, serving as a poignant moment of reflection and gratitude.
It honored a quarter-century of dedicated service in these dynamic industries, reinforcing Würth Lanka’s commitment to delivering top-tier products and services.
The evening held special significance as Würth Lanka paid tribute to its very first employee, Mr. Rohan Amirthiah, the Managing Director and CEO, whose leadership has been instrumental since the company’s inception. The celebration was an opportunity to express deep gratitude to the committed staff who have contributed to the company’s success over the years.
A highlight of the event was the announcement of Mr. SurangaKekuluwalage as the successor to Mr. Rohan Amirthiah. Mr. Kekuluwalage is set to carry forward the legacy of leadership, ensuring the continued growth and success of Würth Lanka. The prestigious occasion was graced by Mr. Christian Oleson, Group Senior Vice President of South and Southeast Asia, representing Würth Group, who served as the Guest of Honor.
Adding to the grandeur, His Excellency, the Ambassador for Germany in Sri Lanka – Dr. Felix Neumann, joined the celebration on November 6, 2023. The event saw the participation of cherished long-standing customers from the automotive, construction, and metal maintenance sectors, symbolizing the strong partnerships forged over the years.
Würth Lanka’s 25th-anniversary celebration was a night of reflection, gratitude, and anticipation for the promising future that lies ahead. As the company looks back on a quarter-century of excellence, it remains committed to delivering top-notch products and services to its valued customers in the Sri Lankan market.