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Year End Shopping Festival 2014!
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We were extremely delighted to be a part of the Year End Shopping Festival 2014 and its very nice to see that all our members had a great time at the festival! Hope to see you all at the end of this year! Await more Photos of the event!

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Sri Lanka is one of the few smaller Asian countries to successfully transition from an agrarian economy to an industrial and service based economy over the past few decades. The traditional foreign exchange earners – tea, rubber, and coconut – have all been surpassed by the apparel industry starting in the 1980s. The industry has […]

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The inaugural SLABA Cricket sixes tournament was held with the participation of 26 teams at NCC Grounds, Colombo 07 on 23rd November 2014. Thread Works (Pvt) Ltd, renowned for their brand Velona, emerged winners, following a strong performance. This competitive tournament saw teams representing several members of SLABA playing the country’s beloved sport in good […]

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Sri Lanka’s non-BOI apparel exporters have been given access to UNCTAD’s ASYCUDA World, the premier online customs declarations service. This is an important step that will save many thousands of man hours spent on customs declarations annually. With the global recession now behind us, Sri Lanka’s apparels industry is seeing a marked increase in revenue […]

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In the world of apparel manufacture, Sri Lanka has a special place. With a reputation for adhering to ethical sourcing and ethical manufacturing processes and a penchant for quality, Sri Lanka is at the forefront of the production of top-of-the-line designer apparel. Sri Lanka’s apparel industry boomed in the late 1980s and early 1990s, as […]

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Sri Lanka has a history of textile and apparel manufacture that goes back to prehistoric times. The apparel industry got a boon in the late 1980s and early 1990s when the prevailing government made policy changes that made a marked change in the apparel manufacture industry in Sri Lanka. Subsidies and tax breaks were given […]

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Avirate the leading women’s designer clothing brand in Sri Lanka held a press conference on 12th September to announce the launch of their new Autumn/winter collection and also to talk about their expansions globally. The new Autumn/Winter range is commercial, contemporary, elegant and fashion forward bringing the customer in line with the international catwalk trends. […]

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 The Domestic Garment Manufacturers Association (DGMA) which was founded by Late Deshamanya A Y S Gnanam, has been rebranded as Sri Lanka Apparel Brands Association (SLABA) with the vision to provide a perfect platform for all Sri Lanka Apparel and Apparel Accessory manufacturers to join forces to achieve common objectives. The association is committed to […]

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Wear the ‘Made in Sri Lanka’ label with pride, knowing the garments were produced free of child labour, free of forced labour and free of discrimination, sweat shops and environmental pollution. Safeguarding worker ethics are the core objective of the Sri Lanka Apparel Brands Association (SLABA), maintaining credence that the path to improved standards of […]

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Future leaders of Sri Lanka’s apparel industry are geared to steer this sequential industry into a successful new era by the year 2020, forging ahead with new branding and ambitions for the thriving commerce. The apparel industry is one of Sri Lanka’s largest revenue earners carving a notch as the country’s main foreign exchange earner […]

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