Fire is a complex element to understand – it may burn with joy or anger, it may offer life giving light and heat … or DESTRUCTION
Becoming more effective and more efficient for better results
UTE Engineering with over 12 years of experience in deployment of 6 Sigma methodology responded to a request from the Institute of Engineers Sri Lanka [IESL] to conduct Green Belt Training in 6 Sigma which is the first step to becoming more effective and efficient in identifying root causes of problems, analysing and identifying the best possible solutions and developing processes to eliminate errors.
Value addition at UTE Engineering is through finding innovative solutions that meet our customers needs. It is through our highly trained and skilled employees that we add value. Our investment is in our employees so their safety is not optional.
United Tractor & Equipment (UTE), the local distributor for the world-renowned Caterpillar Brand of equipment hosted the annual Caterpillar Far East Dealers Association Conference (CFEDA) for 50 overseas delegates from Caterpillar and their South-East Asian Dealers, including India and China at the Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo recently.
In what can be termed as a partnership of excellence between two leaders in their respective industries, Chevron Lubricants and UTE Engineering inked a partnership to sell high quality US branded Donaldson filtration solutions represented by UTE exclusively through Chevron’s Island wide retail network.
The Cat Solar Pin Fernando Grand Prix November edition final round produced a thrilling fight back by top ranked B.A. Sanjeewa who carded the best round of the tournament of 5 under par 66. However, seasoned campaigner Amarapadma managed to stay calm and hold on with a 1 under par final round of 70 to win the gold medal by 1 stroke.
Sri Lanka’s leading amateur golfer currently, B. A. Sanjeewa, clearly dominated the Pin Fernando Grand Prix 2017, October edition with some scintillating golf over the three round 54 holes event.
The misty hills in Diyatalawa were reverberating to the roar of engines when the Fox Hill Super Cross last April held at the home of the Sri Lanka Military Academy. More than 200 drivers and riders will vie for honours which included few of Hellibees riders and drivers. In addition to the Sri Lanka’s motor racers, few international riders and drivers also could be seen in contest. This was indeed a good exposure for our members.