About Us

We are established as Tilma Lanka (Pvt) Ltd under Mathugama Oil Mills.

Mathugama Oil Mills is a company which carries out multiple business activities that includes Manufacturing & Distributing coconut oil & importing vegetable oil. Mathugama Oil Mills is founded in 2008 and has its registered office at Masala watta, Horawala, Welipenna.

Mathugama Oil Mills is producing safe, quality products that confirm to all regulatory requirements and meet the highest food safety best practices.

We at Mathugama Oil Mills is committed to become a trustful company, oriented to fulfill our customers’ requirements, delivering superior products to our consumers while ensuring food safety.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide high quality coconut oil & vegetable oil produced by certified standards.
To be a trustworthy company for our stakeholders, by meeting the safety and quality expectations of our customers and consumers, assuring full compliance of the laws and regulations applying to our products and processes, and promoting transparency using efficient communication channels within all the company areas and with our external stakeholders

Our Vision

Our things in a better way

Sales & Distribution

We started distribution of coconut oil & vegetable oil within a circle of 10 kilometers. Three years later, we were able to expand our distribution network to areas like Mathugama, Agalawatta, Baduraliya, Aluthgama, Beruwala, Neluwa, Elpitiya, Neboda, Pitigala etc.

Our state-of-the-art Oil Mart retail outlet was opened in Matugama in 2011. In 2016, we were able to open another outlet on Kalutara Road, Matugama for both retail and wholesale trade.

Now our delivery line has been expanded into Southern Province, Sabaragamuwa Province and Western Province.

After ten years our modest started, we are now a thriving medium scale industry in Sri Lanka. We are proud as contributors to the economy of our motherland.

Our Staff

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