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Aitken Spence Maritime facilitates the first cruise ship to call on Sri Lankan ports following the April aftermath

The luxury cruise ship “MS EUROPA 2”, owned by German operator Hapag-Lloyd Kreuzfahrten Hamburg, recently called on the Ports of Hambantota and Colombo with 309 passengers and 356 crew onboard. Aitken Spence Maritime is the agent in Sri Lanka for Hapag-Lloyd which is one of the largest container shipping lines in the world.  MS Europa Read More

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Aitken Spence Printing Certified with the World’s Leading Print Facility Validation

Market leader Aitken Spence Printing & Packaging (Pvt) Ltd. has again proved itself as a trendsetter in the industry by obtaining the G7® Master Facility Qualification-Colourspace, the highest level of the G7 compliance and the most stringent. Regional Head of Idealliance for South Asia, K Panthala Selvan stated that “Aitken Spence Printing is the first Read More

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Russian Tour Operators visit Sri Lanka with Aitken Spence Travels

A group of 12 tour operators from St. Petersburg, Russia is currently in Sri Lanka for a familiarization tour with Aitken Spence Travels. The group leader Mr. Gorodenskiy Dmitry stated that he along with his other colleagues are very happy to be in Sri Lanka, which incidentally is their first visit although they have been Read More

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Aitken Spence Travels Welcomes its 200,000th Visitor Within a Year

The largest inbound tour operator in Sri Lanka, Aitken Spence Travels welcomed its 200,000th happy visitor a few days back for the FY 2018/19. The company has recorded a growth of tourist arrivals, essentially building on its past performance of 178,000 happy visitors during its previous FY of 17/18. Aitken Spence Travels generated more than Read More

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Facilitating Cruise Tourism in Sri Lanka

Globally the cruise industry is projected to continue to grow throughout 2019 with an estimated 30 million travellers expected to cruise, up 6% from 28.2 million in 2018. The interest in Sri Lanka as a cruise destination is growing with is scenic beauty, diversity of its product offering, access to sea ports located in Colombo, Read More

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