export products from sri lanka - buyer information - sledb
One of the regions most vibrant export hubs, Sri Lanka is equally competent in agriculture, manufacturing and service sector. The rest of the world has the opportunity to benefit from the countrys collective competitive advantage through sourcing from Sri Lanka.
Represented by the iconic Lion logo Ceylon Tea is the face of Sri Lankas exports. Ceylon Tea has tingled the taste buds of drinkers across the globe and reached beyond the islands borders to make its mark in global markets for its ethical manufacturing processes & high-quality standards.
Sri Lanka is one of the worlds major rubber producers with a high reputation for quality and durability. The rubber and rubber-based products industry is both eco-friendly and sustainable with its natural rubber cultivations staving off the effect of carbon pollution.
One of the worlds most established coconut suppliers, Sri Lanka makes good use of every piece of coconut ranging from its fibre to its kernels to manufacture a whole range of products under the strictest standards to ensure the end product is of the finest quality.
Trusted by some of the best fashion brands in the world, Sri Lanka manufactures and exports garments without guilt, that is, apparel that is sewn ethically and sustainably. Also, our apparel and textile manufacturers pay serious attention to the welfare of their staff and the community.
Hailed as the Spice Island, Sri Lanka has been the hotspot for the trade of spices for decades. The star of Sri Lankas spices is the Ceylon Cinnamon with its distinct aroma and unique medical properties. Sri Lanka also exports Pepper, Cloves, Nutmeg, Mace, Cardamom, Vanilla, etc.
Apart from processed fruit and vegetable, Sri Lankas food industry also boasts its reach into baked products and confectionaries, Animal feed, Rice & Cereal all manufactured, processed and packaged to meet high environmental and quality and sustainability standards.
70% of Sri Lankas landmass is potentially gem-bearing. So, hidden beneath our soils and river beds are some of the most exquisite and treasured gemstones of over 70 varieties. Gemstones apart, Sri Lanka boasts impeccable craftsmanship in jewellery design, gem and diamond cutting & polishing.
Sri Lankas boat and ship building industry has the potential to use its location and expertise to develop itself as one of the major hubs that can service the whole Asian region for the manufacture and repair of boats for commercial shipping or leisure activities.
Sri Lankan Electrical and Electronics industry is progressively stepping in to the global electronics value-added supply chain with products and services finding acceptance amongst the most important global market leaders. It had a boom in 1980s with investments from Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, India, United Kingdom and Germany for mass scale component manufacturing.
Owing to its serendipitous location on the Indian Ocean, and presence of inland waters such as lagoons Sri Lankan fisherfolks regularly harvest boatloads of fish and seafood such as Yellowfin Tuna, Crabs, Lobsters, Shrimp and Prawns, which are exported as both frozen and fresh products.
Thanks to our tropical climes and fertile soils, Sri Lanka produces a tantalising variety of much-prized fruit, nut and vegetable, both fresh and processed, which is then bound for many a global destination. Needless to mention, its much loved by consumers across the world.
The foundation of Sri Lankas floriculture industry is the rich flora grown under the optimal climatic conditions. Sri Lanka exports a variety of floricultural products in the form of cut flowers, foliage and flower seeds across the world for decoration, landscaping & decoration purposes.
With a variety of high-quality products in the market such as gloves, wallets, bags and purses that are desired around the world. With recent changes undertaken to open local tanneries to meet some raw material requirements Sri Lankas leather industry continues to produce stylish and durable leather products that can compete in the international market.
Ayurveda is an art of healthy living and healing practiced around the world. Ayurvedic commodities exported by Sri Lanka include spices, essential oils, and other plant-based traditional medicine that are held in high regard all around the world.
Guided by expert practices Sri Lanka provides the world with a supply of high quality industrial and consumer machinery products such as fans, air conditioners, refrigerators that are manufactured with state-of-the-art technologies. Sri Lankas engineering industry is rapidly growing with investment potential as a result of innovative developments that further the industrys capability to construct highly durable and efficient machinery.
Sri Lankas wood industry combines a highly creative and skilled workforce with sustainable practices to continue to manufacture elegant but reliable products that have caught the attention of the top brands worldwide for their premier quality and exemplary workmanship.
Chewing Betel leaves and Areca nuts is an ancient tradition in Sri Lanka and many Asian countries. Also, betel leaves are a major ingredient used in Batik design. In addition to natural betel, Sri Lanka also exports a range of added-products including betel toothpaste, mouthwash, & shampoo, etc.
Sri Lankas printing industry is well equipped to cater to the global market with a whole range of printing solutions such as package printing, tea cartons, gift cards and magazines while keeping pace with global trends, quality standards, technologies with the aid of high expertise and access in the field.
A well-developed infrastructure and supporting state-of-the-art technologies that induce the manufacture of durable, innovative, and eco-friendly products have made Chemical & Plastic product industry a significant segment in Sri Lankas export industry.
Sri Lanka is blessed with the raw materials necessary to craft tableware, tiles, ornaments and a broad range of other products sporting intricate shapes and designs, each living up to the standards of impeccability and perfection.
Known for its precision and durability, Sri Lankas light engineering sector boasts a strong track-record for manufacturing high-class metal products ranging from simple aluminium and copper wire to refined cutlery and other metal tools up to the highest international standards
As the supplier to a number of internationally acclaimed brands, Sri Lanka has carved for itself a position in the market with our world-class footwear. Sri Lanka is well endowed with the resources, expertise, and craftsmanship to propel the industry to the next level of growth.
With a population of highly creative and skilled craftsmen, Sri Lanka has enjoyed the prominent history in crafting items and accessories, True to its history Sri Lanka continues to employ artisans that bring their skills to the table to create stylised and unique pieces of giftware and toys that are reputed enough worldwide to bring back personalized custom requests from buyers that have been enchanted by the colourful designs and stunning mix of traditional craftsmanship and modern technology.
Tobacco is an easily producible crop in the north of Sri Lanka where the climate is suited for its growth, cultivable all year round provides a steady stream of export supplies tobacco is a prized crop that is harvested and processed for making cigarettes.
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iron ore lab automation effective pit to port quality control
Well over two billion tonnes of iron ore is mined every year, often involving multiple handling stages, beneficiation, stockpiling, blending, and shipping over vast distances. How can you be certain of the value of your ore during all these processes?
You need to ensure that the samples extracted and prepared along the entire value chain are representative so that meaningful decisions can be made based on their analyses. If you get this wrong, you face the potential of losing millions of dollars in terms of:
You need analytical results that you can trust. However, with increasing demands for higher sample capacity, mass and quality, it is clear that manual sample preparation and analysis laboratory operations are falling behind, often due to the inability to rely on workers to provide a continuous, repeatable and unaffected process.
Recognising these challenges, we offer a range of automated solutions and equipment, designed to establish a standard that you can rely on. Our proven handling, sample preparation and analytical equipment, integrated with state-of-the-art software packages, is globally recognised as the most efficient solution for automating iron ore mine and port laboratories.
These systems are designed to run 24/7 for 365 days a year, immediately increasing sample capacity and improving turnaround times. Workplace ergonomics are also improved, as operators are not exposed to hazards, and the dependence on labour availability often in remote locations is reduced.
Automating these processes also delivers greater consistency, traceability and reproducibility, resulting in enhanced quality that you can trust.Our equipment can automate a range of common functions, including:
Using our automated solutions, you will see long-term benefits, placing you in an improved competitive position within the industry. This is due to reduced variability, decreased bias, full traceability, increased mine life, and greater reliability of supply.
Confidence in the value of your product from the mine to market is critical to your operations success. High quality and proven automated sampling, preparation and analysis provide that assurance.
By automating your preparation and analysis processes, productivity at your laboratory will increase, as heavy samples are not manually handled, and higher volumes can be processed in shorter turnaround times. Your operations are not exposed to fluctuating labour availability and are designed to be operated 24/7/365. The entire integrated system is programmed to minimise any delays between processes ensuring all equipment is operating at peak availability. Also, your automated laboratory requires fewer operators to function more efficiently. Integrate the laboratory to your plant control to achieve true closed-loop control of your process.
Automation can create concern for operators, such as what the impact would be for their jobs. Automating preparation and analysis processes removes the operators from the hazards of manual handling, noise, dust, heat, fumes and repetitive tasks. Even though automation has reduced many of these traditional lab roles, it has also created new ones, which we provide the training for, to ensure your staff develop the skills to manage this new technology.
For years, we have been providing iron ore laboratories with state-of-the-art semi and fully automated technologies. We often challenge conventional sample processing techniques, and we work with like-minded iron ore producers to engineer ground-breaking innovative solutions.
Based at Saldanha Port, this iron ore laboratory is a fully automated facility, capable of sample preparation and analysis without interference. Because of this, the laboratory functions 24/7, 365 days a year.
It is the worlds first sampling and analytical laboratory at an iron-ore loading port which uses the principle of the laboratory straddling the ship-loading conveyors. Due to limitations with usable land around the ship-loading area, this economical solution was formed, which has proven to be a great success.
This laboratory located in Sishen, South Africa is a fully-automated sample preparation and analytical facility. It uses robotics to receive 2 kg samples and automatically prepares and analyses these samples, reporting the results directly to the plant. This means that it requires very little input from personnel, making the process quicker and more efficient.
It consists of two automated mills, sample press, fully automated fusion apparatus, magazine rack for approximately 120 sample bottles, an automated sampleweighing and splitting station, an industrial robot, two XRF spectrometers, and software to control and monitor the process.
Located in Northern Cape, South Africa, this world-class laboratory is semi-automated, as manual intervention is required to place the samples into the processing system. However, from there, all aspects of processing and analysis are automated.
The facility includes all automated sample preparation processes, including crushing, splitting, milling, production of pressed pellets for XRF analysis, automated density measurement, and preparation of aliquots for wet chemical analysis.
Located at Mt. Webber, Australia, this fully automated sample preparation and analysis facility has been designed to utilise robotics. Because of automation, this laboratory has been able to boost its initial processing capacity of 800 samples per day to 1000 samples per day, with no human errors or intervention.
The automated system processes a mix of geochemical mining and pit control samples, metallurgical control samples and a dedicated line-to-process near mine geochemical exploration samples, which is unique to this facility.
This turnkey project located in Newman, Western Australia consists of an automated robotic sample preparation facility, which became the largest in the world. Its automated functions included drying, ISO moisture analysis, crushing, splitting, pulverising and dosing into vials.
The end-to-end automated facility receives samples up to 15 kg from the plant, which are registered and manually entered into one of the two automated sample preparation lines. The samples are then automatically dried and weighed to determine the moisture content.
This fully automated sample preparation and analysis facility was designed and supplied by FLSmidth on a turnkey basis. It is used to process mine pit and plant samples, with up to 15 kg of dry samples being entered into the automated system.
Having the automated laboratory based on the Cloud Break mine site provides FMG with the advantage of efficient turnaround times on chemical analysis. Also, access to accurate data onsite enables FMGs management to make informed decisions on sample grade, ensuring that the highest quality products are economically produced.
magazine, three automated weighing stations, six induction heating systems, an automated platinum cleaning station and an XRF interface. The system is capable of weighing, fusing and analysing close to 1000 samples per day.
FLSmidth provides sustainable productivity to the global mining and cement industries. We deliver market-leading engineering, equipment and service solutions that enable our customers to improve performance, drive down costs and reduce environmental impact. Our operations span the globe and we are close to 10,200 employees, present in more than 60 countries. In 2020, FLSmidth generated revenue of DKK 16.4 billion. MissionZero is our sustainability ambition towards zero emissions in mining and cement by 2030.