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Sri Lanka: Kelani Valley Plantation response to incidences at Robgill Estate

We as Kelani Valle Plantations PLC, Sri Lanka’s one of the highest performing Regional Plantations Company (RPC) engaged with ethical and sustainable plantation business since 1992. The strategies we implemented as long term sustainable and responsible plantation company with highest recognitions from local and international bodies, we are always with total system management including human, environment and finance.

In respect to the above incidence which was happen in one of our prime estate in Bogawanthala and we would like to mention that we will send you a report including the causal factors for the incidence, the prompt actions taken by our estate and corporate management teams collaboration with local and regional trade union representatives and other parties concerned and post incidence analysis including the action we have taken to make the affected families back to the original state, will forward to you by beginning of the next week. (report is attached)

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This is a response from the following companies: Kelani Valley Plantation (part of Hayleys Group)