The List of Factories in Sri Lanka

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Green Island Engineering Co

193/2 Station Road' Maharagama, Colombo
We are Tea Factory Machinery and Estate Machinery manufactures operating over 30 years in Sri Lanka. We have been providing plantation machinery for tea factories all over Sri lanka since 1985. We are...
 Verified+9  Years with us
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SD EnviroSolutions & Consulting

190 D, Weeramawatha, Pannipitiya, Colombo
SD EnviroSolutions & Consulting was set up by a team of Engineers and Environmental professionals to consult, supply and maintain pollution control systems. Our team consist with Chemical/ Civil/ Mech...
 Verified+4  Years with us
2

Golden Industrial Enterprises

740, Negombo Road, Mabola, , Wattala
We are a leading Manufacturers, Suppliers and Wholesalers of Excellent Quality Brass Fasteners, Brass Bolt, Brass Nuts, Brass Elbow, Brass Flare Fittings, Brass Hex Reducer, Brass Hose Fittings, Brass...
 Verified+6  Years with us
3

QIK Marketing

50/35, Esala Playground Road, Obeysekarapura, Rajagiriya, Colombo
QIK Marketing is a Sri Lankan startup company manufacturing & marketing FMCG's. QIK marketing has a wide range of quality products for competitive prices. QIK marketing presents well improved products...
 Verified+8  Years with us
4

Associated Speciality Rubbers (Pvt) Ltd

Yatideriya Rubber Factory, Undugoda-71200, Kegalle
We source natural rubber, process it, test it and oversee effluent treatment.
 Verified+11  Years with us
5

Active Lanka Sorting (Pvt) Ltd.

695/1A, 9th Mile Post Matale Road, Kandy, Kandy
Importers and suppliers of all kinds of modern Japanese equipment related to rice mill industry in Sri Lanka. Wholesale & retail dealers in Japanese Machinery and motors.
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Diamond Cutters Ltd

No.20-21,Modarawila Industrial Road,Panadura, Panadura
Formed in 1987 with a work force of just 80 employees to cut and polish Briliant cut Diamonds for a Japanese company, was the inception of Diamond Cutters Limited...
7

LAK ENTEPRISES

120A 1/1, MAIN ROAD, ATTIDIYA, DEHIWALA, Colombo
MANUFACTURERS OF KNITTED FABRICS FROM 110 GSM TO 220 GSM SINGLE JERSEY PIQUE INTERLOCK RIBS COLLARS / CUFFS WIDTH: 60 / 66 / 72 / 90”
 Verified+4  Years with us
8

Rajendra Piping & Fittings

ambalangoda, Ambalangoda
Rajendra Piping & Fittings is a Mumbai, India based ISO 9001:2008 certified company engaged in manufacturing and supplying in fastners, flanges, pipes and fittings in different materials, go through c...
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Factories in Sri Lanka are a key component of the country's economy and are responsible for the production of a wide range of goods and services. Sri Lanka is home to a number of factories that produce garments, textiles, leather goods, electronics, rubber, and plastic goods. Many of these factories are located in the capital city of Colombo, as well as in other major cities and towns. These factories are typically owned by local entrepreneurs or multinational companies.

The Sri Lankan government has taken steps to ensure the safety and efficiency of factories in the country. These include the implementation of labor laws, the promotion of occupational health and safety, and the enforcement of environmental regulations. In addition, the government has also provided incentives to attract investors to the country, such as tax breaks and subsidies.

The factories in Sri Lanka are also responsible for providing employment opportunities to local workers. This has been a key factor in helping to reduce poverty in the country. Sri Lanka is also home to a number of industrial parks and special economic zones, which are designed to provide businesses with the resources and infrastructure they need to operate successfully.

In conclusion, factories in Sri Lanka play an important role in the country's economy by providing goods and services, employment, and investment opportunities. They are a key part of the country's growth and development, and are essential for its continued success.
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