August 12, 2020

JAAF welcomes new Govt., confident will revive economy

The Joint Apparel Association Forum (JAAF) yesterday congratulated the new Government for winning a strong mandate from the people and

August 11, 2020

Fabric and Apparel Accessory Manufacturers elect Pubudu as new President for 2020/21

By Charumini de Silva The Fabric and Apparel Accessory Manufacturers Association (FAAMA) recently held its Annual General Meeting (AGM), where

July 3, 2020

PPE Market in the US

JAAF with the EDB under the USAID/PARTNER project organized a webinar on “Understanding the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Market in

June 18, 2020


‘‘There is a need for some ‘out of the box’ thinking to come up, with some creative solutions in the

June 11, 2020

FDA Regulatory Overview for PPE

JAAF with the EDB under the USAID/PARTNER project organized a webinar on “Exporting PPE to the USA: Understanding FDA Regulations

April 17, 2020

Guidelines on COVID-19 preparedness for workplaces

This document outlines the guidelines to be followed at workplaces, to prevent/control the spread of COVID-19 infection and to promote

April 14, 2020

Statement by JAAF Chairman Mr. A. Sukumaran on the Impact on Sri Lanka’s Apparel Industry Due to the Prevalence of Covid-19

As the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic continues to spread across the globe, people around the world find their daily lives

March 13, 2020

Measures proposed to minimize virus impact on apparel industry

Requests govt. permission for 90 hours of OT per month from current 60 hours  Asks for clearance for weekly charter

March 10, 2020

Sri Lanka expects apparel orders to recover; Coronavius hit on exports US$500mn in 2Q

By Mahadiya Hamza | ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lanka is expecting to lose 500 million US dollars of apparel exports from

March 6, 2020

Sri Lanka sees orders slow as coronavirus hits main export markets

5 March 2020 | By: Hannah Abdulla Sri Lanka is dealing with a fall in apparel order volumes as the

March 5, 2020

Apparel industry holds crucial meeting today to assess virus hit

By Shabiya Ali Ahlam The representatives of Sri Lanka’s apparel sector will meet today to assess the impact of the

March 5, 2020

Exporters must prepare for COVID-19 fallout: EDB chief

Predicts 25% or $ 750 m drop in exports in 2Q Says top export industries – apparel, tea, rubber, coconut,