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Reputed for its signature taste and aroma, Sri Lanka has become the world’s third largest tea exporter to the world, the country’s largest employer and has the distinction of supplying tea to the Olympic and Commonwealth Games. It is a great equalizer, demanding attention from the counter of the smallest eatery to the most exclusive tea-bars in the world. More

Hailed as the ‘Spice Island’, Sri Lanka has been the hotspot for the trade of spices for centuries, particularly for the variety and quality of spices it provides. From Ceylon Cinnamon to cardamom, pepper, cloves, nutmeg, and various others, the spice exports of Sri Lanka consists 56% of Sri Lankan agricultural exports. These varieties of condiments are used to season, flavour and aromatise various forms of cuisines across the world. More

Owing to its serendipitous location on the Indian Ocean, and presence of inland waters such as lagoons Sri Lankan fisherfolks regularly harvest boatloads of fish and seafood such as Yellowfin Tuna, Crabs, Lobsters, Shrimp and Prawns, which are exported as both frozen and fresh products. More

The foundation of Sri Lanka’s floriculture industry is the rich flora grown under the optimal climatic conditions. Sri Lanka exports a variety of floricultural products in the form of cut flowers, foliage and flower seeds across the world for decoration, landscaping & decoration purposes. More

As a tropical island, Sri Lanka is filled with brightly coloured schools of fish that reside in the many corals, lagoons rivers in the island. Bred under ideal conditions Sri Lanka’s ornamental fish are recognized by markets around the world for their striking colours and features. More

Industrial Products

Sri Lanka is one of the world’s major rubber producers with a high reputation for quality and durability. The rubber and rubber-based products industry is both eco-friendly and sustainable with its natural rubber cultivations staving off the effect of carbon pollution.More

With a variety of high-quality products in the market such as gloves, wallets, bags and purses that are desired around the world. With recent changes undertaken to open local tanneries to meet some raw material requirements Sri Lanka’s leather industry continues to produce stylish and durable leather products that can compete in the international market. More

Trusted by some of the best fashion brands in the world, Sri Lanka manufactures and exports garments without guilt, that is, apparel that is sewn ethically and sustainably. Also, our apparel and textile manufacturers pay serious attention to the welfare of their staff and the community. More

Apart from processed fruit and vegetable, Sri Lanka’s food industry also boasts its reach into baked products and confectionaries, Animal feed, Rice & Cereal all manufactured, processed and packaged to meet high environmental and quality and sustainability standards. More

70% of Sri Lanka’s landmass is potentially gem-bearing. So, hidden beneath our soils and river beds are some of the most exquisite and treasured gemstones of over 70 varieties. Gemstones apart, Sri Lanka boasts impeccable craftsmanship in jewellery design, gem and diamond cutting & polishing. More

Sri Lanka’s boat and ship building industry has the potential to use its location and expertise to develop itself as one of the major hubs that can service the whole Asian region for the manufacture and repair of boats for commercial shipping or leisure activities. More

Sri Lanka produces the best graphite in the world, and based on the rich soils of Sri Lanka, Ceylon Graphene Technologies derive its raw material from the purest form of graphite in the world, vein graphite. Sri Lanka being the only place in the world where vein graphite is found in commercial quantities, Ceylon Graphene Technologies Limited offers a unique potential for the prospective clientele. The latest technology coupled with the best raw material to be found beneath the face of the Earth combine to produce the best graphene found at any place worldwide. More

Sri Lankan Electrical and Electronics industry is progressively stepping in to the global electronics value-added supply chain with products and services finding acceptance amongst the most important global market leaders and closely linked to the global trends of ‘digitization’, ‘automation’, ‘miniaturization’ and development of sustainable green energy. In addition, Sri Lanka is also a centre of excellence for electronics design and development and the industry has moved towards emerging technologies like IoT, Robotics, Bio-medical, Analytics, and advanced Research and Development. More

Sri Lanka is one of the world’s major rubber producers with a high reputation for quality and durability. The rubber and rubber-based products industry is both eco-friendly and sustainable with its natural rubber cultivations staving off the effect of carbon pollution.More

Traditional Items

Handloom & Batik

Crafts

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A comprehensive map of Sri Lanka’s road systems, historical and religious sites, forests and Wildlife sanctuaries, harbors and diving sites, a guide to explore the country, find your way around or guide to simply to get lost amidst the splendor and beauty of the country. More details

Sri Lanka offers unique indigenous medical treatments as well as rare diversity of natural herbs used for Ayurvedic medicine with dynamic healing powers. Sri Lankan Ayurveda is strengthened with well qualified registered traditional and natural and finished products including balms, beauty care products and all products are available for export. More

Handloom & Batik

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Crafts

Sri Lanka’s wood industry combines a highly creative and skilled workforce with sustainable practices to continue to manufacture elegant but reliable products that have caught the attention of the top brands worldwide for their premier quality and exemplary workmanship.

Services

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Sri Lanka, the island of ingenuity, has been celebrated for the innovation, creativity, and problem-solving capabilities for centuries and has been at the forefront in providing cutting edge innovations in the ICT sector. Sri Lankan ICT metal is behind the innovations that power international stock markets, telecommunication and transportation systems in Europe and the UK. ICT services are the 4th largest export earner of the country. The Sri Lankan ICT sector serves a number of Industry verticals with over 300 companies at present. These include Communication, Apparel and Textiles, Banking Financial Services & Insurance, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Media, Retailing, Transportation, Travel and Leisure and many more. The industry is adamant on compliance with global labour and environment standards. A highly skilled talent pool combined with the cost-effective operational ability (low priced real estate, wage scale and living) makes Sri Lanka’s ICT Industry one of the most profitable industries to date. More

A highly-skilled talent pool, a cost-effective operational environment, and a sophisticated IT and telecommunication infrastructure set Sri Lanka apart from the Asian competitors. As one of the best destinations providing off-shore services in customer service management, finance and accounting services, legal, insurance, banking, telecommunication, and other sectors Sri Lanka has been ranked as the “Offshore Destination of the Year” repeatedly by the National Outsourcing Association (NOA) of the UK. Our growing reputation coupled and compliance with global labour and environment standards makes Sri Lanka one of the best choices in Business Process Management outsourcing.More

Sri Lanka’s historical connection to Ayurveda treatment and meditation and country’s global popularity as a leading warm-weather tourist destination adds to the country’s appeal as a leading Wellness Tourism destination. With a strong tourist infrastructure and widespread network of Western and Ayurveda medical treatment centres, well regulated by the government, global tourists arriving in Sri Lanka can combine a holistic wellness experience with an exciting holiday spent among the golden beaches or lush green mountains. More

Sri Lanka has become a thriving logistic hub in the South Asian region. With the strategic geographical location in close proximity to the emerging markets and the international shipping routes that link Asia to Europe, the country is perfectly positioned to develop its logistics sector. Further, Sri Lanka’s proximity to the Indian sub-content positions the country as a gateway to a market of 1.3 billion people.
Against this backdrop and given its eminence as global centre of innovation and production excellence, Sri Lanka presents a unique proposition for further development into a world-class logistics hub, linking global supply chains with a new generation of consumers in the fastest growing economies in the world.More

Agricultural Products

Reputed for its signature taste and aroma, Sri Lanka has become the world’s third largest tea exporter to the world, the country’s largest employer and has the distinction of supplying tea to the Olympic and Commonwealth Games. It is a great equalizer, demanding attention from the counter of the smallest eatery to the most exclusive tea-bars in the world. More

Hailed as the ‘Spice Island’, Sri Lanka has been the hotspot for the trade of spices for centuries, particularly for the variety and quality of spices it provides. From Ceylon Cinnamon to cardamom, pepper, cloves, nutmeg, and various others, the spice exports of Sri Lanka consists 56% of Sri Lankan agricultural exports. These varieties of condiments are used to season, flavour and aromatise various forms of cuisines across the world. More

Owing to its serendipitous location on the Indian Ocean, and presence of inland waters such as lagoons Sri Lankan fisherfolks regularly harvest boatloads of fish and seafood such as Yellowfin Tuna, Crabs, Lobsters, Shrimp and Prawns, which are exported as both frozen and fresh products. More

The foundation of Sri Lanka’s floriculture industry is the rich flora grown under the optimal climatic conditions. Sri Lanka exports a variety of floricultural products in the form of cut flowers, foliage and flower seeds across the world for decoration, landscaping & decoration purposes. More

As a tropical island, Sri Lanka is filled with brightly coloured schools of fish that reside in the many corals, lagoons rivers in the island. Bred under ideal conditions Sri Lanka’s ornamental fish are recognized by markets around the world for their striking colours and features. More

Industrial Products

Sri Lanka is one of the world’s major rubber producers with a high reputation for quality and durability. The rubber and rubber-based products industry is both eco-friendly and sustainable with its natural rubber cultivations staving off the effect of carbon pollution.More

With a variety of high-quality products in the market such as gloves, wallets, bags and purses that are desired around the world. With recent changes undertaken to open local tanneries to meet some raw material requirements Sri Lanka’s leather industry continues to produce stylish and durable leather products that can compete in the international market. More

Trusted by some of the best fashion brands in the world, Sri Lanka manufactures and exports garments without guilt, that is, apparel that is sewn ethically and sustainably. Also, our apparel and textile manufacturers pay serious attention to the welfare of their staff and the community. More

Apart from processed fruit and vegetable, Sri Lanka’s food industry also boasts its reach into baked products and confectionaries, Animal feed, Rice & Cereal all manufactured, processed and packaged to meet high environmental and quality and sustainability standards. More

70% of Sri Lanka’s landmass is potentially gem-bearing. So, hidden beneath our soils and river beds are some of the most exquisite and treasured gemstones of over 70 varieties. Gemstones apart, Sri Lanka boasts impeccable craftsmanship in jewellery design, gem and diamond cutting & polishing. More

Sri Lanka’s boat and ship building industry has the potential to use its location and expertise to develop itself as one of the major hubs that can service the whole Asian region for the manufacture and repair of boats for commercial shipping or leisure activities. More

Sri Lanka produces the best graphite in the world, and based on the rich soils of Sri Lanka, Ceylon Graphene Technologies derive its raw material from the purest form of graphite in the world, vein graphite. Sri Lanka being the only place in the world where vein graphite is found in commercial quantities, Ceylon Graphene Technologies Limited offers a unique potential for the prospective clientele. The latest technology coupled with the best raw material to be found beneath the face of the Earth combine to produce the best graphene found at any place worldwide. More

Sri Lankan Electrical and Electronics industry is progressively stepping in to the global electronics value-added supply chain with products and services finding acceptance amongst the most important global market leaders and closely linked to the global trends of ‘digitization’, ‘automation’, ‘miniaturization’ and development of sustainable green energy. In addition, Sri Lanka is also a centre of excellence for electronics design and development and the industry has moved towards emerging technologies like IoT, Robotics, Bio-medical, Analytics, and advanced Research and Development. More

Sri Lanka is one of the world’s major rubber producers with a high reputation for quality and durability. The rubber and rubber-based products industry is both eco-friendly and sustainable with its natural rubber cultivations staving off the effect of carbon pollution.More

Traditional Items

Handloom & Batik

Crafts

preview-img

A comprehensive map of Sri Lanka’s road systems, historical and religious sites, forests and Wildlife sanctuaries, harbors and diving sites, a guide to explore the country, find your way around or guide to simply to get lost amidst the splendor and beauty of the country. More details

Sri Lanka offers unique indigenous medical treatments as well as rare diversity of natural herbs used for Ayurvedic medicine with dynamic healing powers. Sri Lankan Ayurveda is strengthened with well qualified registered traditional and natural and finished products including balms, beauty care products and all products are available for export. More

Handloom & Batik

more details

Crafts

Sri Lanka’s wood industry combines a highly creative and skilled workforce with sustainable practices to continue to manufacture elegant but reliable products that have caught the attention of the top brands worldwide for their premier quality and exemplary workmanship.

Services

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.

Sri Lanka, the island of ingenuity, has been celebrated for the innovation, creativity, and problem-solving capabilities for centuries and has been at the forefront in providing cutting edge innovations in the ICT sector. Sri Lankan ICT metal is behind the innovations that power international stock markets, telecommunication and transportation systems in Europe and the UK. ICT services are the 4th largest export earner of the country. The Sri Lankan ICT sector serves a number of Industry verticals with over 300 companies at present. These include Communication, Apparel and Textiles, Banking Financial Services & Insurance, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Media, Retailing, Transportation, Travel and Leisure and many more. The industry is adamant on compliance with global labour and environment standards. A highly skilled talent pool combined with the cost-effective operational ability (low priced real estate, wage scale and living) makes Sri Lanka’s ICT Industry one of the most profitable industries to date. More

A highly-skilled talent pool, a cost-effective operational environment, and a sophisticated IT and telecommunication infrastructure set Sri Lanka apart from the Asian competitors. As one of the best destinations providing off-shore services in customer service management, finance and accounting services, legal, insurance, banking, telecommunication, and other sectors Sri Lanka has been ranked as the “Offshore Destination of the Year” repeatedly by the National Outsourcing Association (NOA) of the UK. Our growing reputation coupled and compliance with global labour and environment standards makes Sri Lanka one of the best choices in Business Process Management outsourcing.More

Sri Lanka’s historical connection to Ayurveda treatment and meditation and country’s global popularity as a leading warm-weather tourist destination adds to the country’s appeal as a leading Wellness Tourism destination. With a strong tourist infrastructure and widespread network of Western and Ayurveda medical treatment centres, well regulated by the government, global tourists arriving in Sri Lanka can combine a holistic wellness experience with an exciting holiday spent among the golden beaches or lush green mountains. More

Sri Lanka has become a thriving logistic hub in the South Asian region. With the strategic geographical location in close proximity to the emerging markets and the international shipping routes that link Asia to Europe, the country is perfectly positioned to develop its logistics sector. Further, Sri Lanka’s proximity to the Indian sub-content positions the country as a gateway to a market of 1.3 billion people.
Against this backdrop and given its eminence as global centre of innovation and production excellence, Sri Lanka presents a unique proposition for further development into a world-class logistics hub, linking global supply chains with a new generation of consumers in the fastest growing economies in the world.More