Litro Gas, the largest national importer and market leader of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) in Sri Lanka, together with Litro Gas Terminal Lanka recently donated blood pressure meters to the National Hospital in Colombo, as part of its on-going CSR initiatives towards an energetic community.
A very recent study from the country’s Family Health Bureau showed that twenty out of every 100 Sri Lankans suffer from high blood pressure for which consuming of foods contaminated by pesticides and wrong food habits are the main causes. This shows how critical it is for the public to seek consultation, do check-ups and manage these non-communicable diseases routinely.
The 40 blood pressure meters will add great value to both the hospital and its patients at a moment like this. Mr. Shalila Moonesinghe- Chairman of Litro Gas Lanka Ltd, Mr. Norbert Fernando-Director of Litro Gas Terminal Lanka (Pvt) Ltd, Mr. Hemalal Perera- Managing Director of Litro Gas Terminal Lanka (Pvt) Ltd, Dr Anil Jasinghe - Director of the National Hospital, Dr. Rizvi Farook – Chairman of National Hospital Committee along with the senior staff of Litro Gas and the National Hospital inspected the equipment.
Litro Gas Lanka Limited (LGLL) is the leader in marketing and selling LPG in Sri Lanka along with its associate company Litro Gas Terminal Lanka (Pvt) Ltd. The company is the owner of the brand ‘Litro Gas’ which serves the customers through over 5,000 points of sale Island-wide. Litro Gas has a reputation for the strict implementation of safety standards and is considered as an important cornerstone in its company strategy.