Seminar on sexually Transmitted Diseases

Free Trade Zone Manufacturers Association is organizing a seminar on sexually Transmitted Diseases For the benefit of especially for the newly recruited employees (females) only. In order to finalize this seminar, Please nominate three employees From your organization.This will be conducted on 10th September 2013. 9.30 pm 12.00noon.The seminar will be conducted in Sinhalese Language. Free Trade Zone Manufacturers Association is organizing a seminar on Vechicle emission and traffic rules for the benefit of drivers in Katunayaka Export Processing Zone. In order to finalize this seminar we wish to inquireFrom your organization how many drivers will be able to participate at this seminar.This will be conducted on Saturday.The seminar will be conducted in Sinhalese Language with the courtesy of Motor Traffic Department Narahenpita.

Free Trade Zone Manufacturers- AGM 33th - FTZMA

The Annual General Meeting to elect officials of the Katunayake Free Trade Zone Manufacturers Association was held recently at Katunayake, with Director General of Customs Dr. Neville Gunawardene as the chief guest. The official appointed for the year 2012/2013 were Dhammika Fernando (President), Fashal Abdeen (Vice President) , P. Serkara (Secretary), M.H.Z. Marsook ( Treasurer).

Source :28 Mar 2012 - Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka)
BOI zones to be upgraded

The Board of Investment (BOI) will invest Rs. 3 billion to upgrade the 12 BOI zones in the country to be model zones within the next three years. According to BOI Executive Director Technical Services Sunil De Silva, model zones will have all facilities required by the investors to benchmark with any international BOI zone once the work is completed. He said the infrastructure development would include new landscaping and improvement to roads with asphalt concrete pavements instead of traditional ones. New waste water treatment plants will also be set up as the existing capacity is insufficient. New facilities for solid waste management will also be introduced. Apart from those best practices, efficient services and aesthetic appearance will add value to these zones. He said that the Katunayake BOI zone which was established in 1979 has 530 acres of land and the largest among 12 zones and today there are 84 industries and 43,000 employees. Rs. 280 million out of the total amount has been allocated to improve this BOI zone. The other zones are situated in Biyagama, Seethawaka, Horana, Koggala, Mawathagama, Polgahawela, Meerigama, Wathupitiwala, Kandy, Malwatta and Mirijjawila.

Source: 12:25 am February 14, 2012 –



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Free Trade Zone Manufacturers' Association - Administrative Secretary.

Contact: Mr. Anura Perera
Telephone: +94 112 259 875
Fax: +94 112 259 875
Address:E.P.Z. Katunayake, Sri Lanka.