|From left: Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, MAS Holdings Chairman Deshamanya Mahesh Amalean and Mayor of Colombo A. J. M. Muzammil|
The Royal MAS Arena was ceremonially opened on 28 March by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe amidst a gathering of distinguished dignitaries including Minister of Education Akila Viraj Kariyawasam.
|Optitex International USA Board Director Yoram Burg (third from left) hands over the licensed version of Optitex 3D software to Minister of Industry and Commerce Rishad Bathiudeen as JAAF Secretary General Tuli Cooray (far left) and Juki Lanka Service Centre Director Satoshi Ohbuchi (far right) look on Hilton Residences on 23 February|
The leading provider of high-tech solutions for the global textile industry has partnered with Sri Lanka’s apparel sector to upgrade the country’s apparel designing to new levels and the Lankan apparel industry has now entered the 3D design realm for the first time.
Emjay International (Pvt) Ltd specializes in intimate wear for the world renowned brand Diesel, which is known for its denim wear. The team has developed a knit fabric for their new underwear collection to complement Diesel’s denim look and feel.
With over a decade of expertise in the apparel industry, Emjay International (Pvt) Ltd and Penguin Sportswear (Pvt) Ltd, have come together to become one of the leading apparel manufacturers in Sri Lanka. Their client portfolio includes some of the biggest retail names in Europe and the UK.
Apparel and fabric giant Brandix will commence construction of its newest factory in Batticaloa next month, pumping in $ 10 million and giving a further boost to the north-east region.
The new factory comes as a welcome addition to the lagging region where Brandix already operates a plant in Punani, Batticaloa, for the past five years. The earlier investment stands at $ 1.6 million (Rs. 230 million)
Journal & Directory of the Sri Lanka Apparel Exporters Association, containing valuable information with regard to the apparel industry.
Issue No. 89