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Sri Lanka-Based The Exterminators Wins Another Award

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The company was recognized as the overall winner in medium service sector in Sri Lanka’s 2013 CNCI Achiever Awards.

| September 10, 2013

SRI LANKA — The Exterminators, A Sri Lanka-based pest management company, won the 22nd award in business excellence at the CNCI Achiever Industrial Excellence Awards ceremony held on Sept. 5, 2013, at Cinnamon Grand - organized by the Ceylon National Chamber of Industries. Exterminators was the overall winner in medium service sector in Sri Lanka.

The Exterminators (Pvt) Ltd is an ISO 9001;2008 Quality Management System, ISO 14001;2004 Environmental Management System and OHSAS 18001;2007 occupational health certified pest control company. The company is also a member of the National Pest Management Association USA, American Mosquito Control Association and the Singapore Pest Management Association.
 

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