US ambassador visits Hayleys Plantations’ Pedro Tea Estate

Sri Lanka’s most awarded plantations company, Hayleys Plantations, recently hosted the U.S. ambassador to Sri Lanka, Julie Chung, on an exclusive tour of its Pedro estate in Nuwara Eliya.

Commenting on the visit via Twitter, ambassador Chung said: “Tea production is key to Sri Lanka’s economy and the region’s success. I met with the Managing Director and Regional Manager of Hayleys Plantation to explore a business owner’s perspective on challenges from the economic crisis and how to meet the needs of plantation workers.”

During her visit, Hayleys Plantations Managing Director, Dr. Roshan Rajadurai and his team demonstrated the innovative technology and processes set in place at Kelani Valley Plantations (KVPL), including its implementation of digital weighing scales linked to personalised NFC cards to reliably track and reward employees on performance.

The tour also included discussions on a range of initiatives undertaken by Hayleys Plantations to support the health and well-being of their workforce and address the challenges presented by the current economic crisis. These initiatives were showcased in detail during the visit, with the team providing an overview of the company’s exceptional welfare programs implemented over the last two years.

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