Sri Lankan porcelain manufacturer introduces new customized steam inhaler

Sri Lankan porcelain manufacturer introduces new customized steam inhaler

Dankotuwa Porcelain PLC of Sri Lanka, which is reportedly renowned for its luxurious and elegant porcelain, has recently introduced a new customized steam inhaler which is said to be ideal for individuals affected by respiratory tract infections.

Customers are now able to purchase the product at their convenience from any of the Dankotuwa showrooms located at Guildford Crescent, One Galle Face Mall, Union Place, Kirulapone, Negombo and at Dankotuwa, the state owned Daily News has reported.

The inhalers are reportedly designed and monitored by Dr. Charith Nanayakkara, lecturer attached to the Department of Surgery, General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University and who specializes in Neurosurgery.

According to the local media, this modified steam inhaler is ideal for individuals affected by any respiratory tract infections.

Dankotuwa Porcelain had reportedly donated these inhalers to the Ministry of Health, Infectious Disease Hospital (IDH), Neville Fernando Hospital, Homagama Hospital, Kotalawela Defense Hospital and the Sri Lanka Navy in addition to the quarantine centres.

The product has been widely accepted by the health care sector and is currently utilized to provide relief for patients affected by respiratory tract infections.

OSL take:

Sri Lankan businesses are looking at new markets for their products in the global economy that is on the path to revival due to the Covid 19 pandemic. Like the new customized porcelain inhaler manufactured by a local company there are similar business ventures commenced by local entities. These businesses are in need of foreign investments to expand their production lines. Foreign businesses/investors could therefore explore business opportunities in Sri Lanka’s manufacturing sector.

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