Stylish Garments Group of Companies who weathered all varieties of problems in the garments industrial field has emerged victorious and is now girding itself to modernise their factory complex and broaden their functions.
London Premiere for SLDF 2012 with 'Locally Global' theme
Stakeholders from across the apparel industry supply chain are gearing up for the fourth Sri Lanka Design Festival, which is set to take place in the capital Colombo later this year.
Speed. Skill. Sustainability. The Sri Lankan Fashion Mantra.
Sri Lanka has always been ahead of its time: a premier fashion and apparel outsourcing hub with a long established culture of ethical business and sustainability. While other sourcing destinations are playing “catch up” in meeting governmental and popular standards, Sri Lanka has set the pace, thanks to practices borne from the character of the country. The standards set forth by Sri Lanka are supplier-driven and motivated by an altruistic goal of being as ethical as it is efficient. It differentiates Sri Lanka from its competitors in the apparel supply sector, setting it apart—and ahead. “Because of our unwavering commitment, retailers and brands that value these standards are drawn to Sri Lanka,” said Anil Hirdaramani, a pioneer member of the industry whose group recently built the first carbon neutral factory in Asia.
Of course the BRIC countries are far from being the only emerging market suppliers for the global apparel sector - and a knot of competitors such as Bangladesh and Vietnam have long been vying for business. But there are smaller players (in terms of the importance of their industry) who have been looking to grow.
Sri Lanka Apparel competes on Speed, Skill, Sustainability
What a weekend! What a show! Team CFW has done it again… Ajai Vir Singh’s determination and drive has proved that the only way is up for his vision of taking Sri Lanka to the world of High Fashion!! CFW surely made its mark in Negombo last weekend, as the Jetwing Lagoon provided the idyllic backdrop to an amazing launch show.
During the visit of Indian Minister of Commerce, Industry and Textiles Anand Sharma to Sri Lanka in August, the Government of Sri Lanka had raised the issue of relaxation in the TRQ condition for fabric sourcing for FIVE million pieces of Ready Made Garments (RMG) export to India and collaboration in Textiles sector for revival of the textiles industry in Sri Lanka.
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