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Aitken Spence Printing at Galle Literary Festival

The ‘literati’ have continued to descend on Galle for the Galle Literary Festival for half a decade with writers, from across the globe and the island, in a crowd of about 3,000 coming to this city rich in culture and history to be a part of this event, and still continue to do so.

This year Aitken Spence Printing too will part of that exercise and a sponsor of the the Galle Literary Festival.

Aitken Spence Printing’s product portfolio covers a wide cross section, such as coffee table books, periodicals, magazines and annual reports, for leading local and global brands as well as individuals and non-commercial entities. Some of the well-known coffee table books produced by Aitken Spence Printing include George Keyt - A Centennial Anthology, 19th Century News Paper Engravings of Ceylon-Sri Lanka, Senaka - In Commemoration of the Hundredth One Man Exhibition of Senaka Senanayake, FDB - Felix Dias Bandaranaike and The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce 1839-2004 A Historical Review, the company said.

“We are excited to be a part of Sri Lanka’s pre-eminent English literary festival. In addition to our roots in Galle, we share the values of excellence and vigour the Galle Literary Festival has come to be associated with,” said Prasanna Karunathilleka, Managing Director of Aitken Spence Printing.

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