The abundance of natural raw material and high-quality craftsmanship have helped
Sri Lankan footwear and leather product exporters to establish themselves as leading suppliers to global brands.
Renowned for producing a range of products from colourful rubber thongs to high-quality genuine leather shoes, Sri Lankan Footwear manufacturers have transcended from being a mere manufacturer to creative design and production solution provider to global buyers.
The local availability of high-quality resources like natural rubber to produce sole crepe and excellent leather; and sustainable production procedures have given Sri Lankan footwear manufacturers a competitive edge over the rest.
Apart from manufacturing processed leather, Sri Lankan leather product manufacturers also produce gloves, wallets, bags, purses, and other accessories for the export market under environment-friendly and sustainable production conditions.
We do everything except fashion! "-As an industry supplier we support international customers with a wide range of textile products including the medical and agricultural areas. For our manufacturing location in Yadyanthota.
Bob Dale Gloves and Imports Ltd (BDG) began in 1981 in Alberta, Canada, from its humble beginnings BDG has grown to be a sought after, solution focused manufacturer and supplier of high-quality hand protection products to the North American markets.
With over three decades of experience we work with our customers to provide solutions for their specific needs by manufacturing and distributing gloves along with other personal protective equipment (PPE) in the United States of America, Canada and International markets.
D. Samson Industries (Pvt) Ltd established in 1962 and the market leader in manufacturing, retailing and also the leading exporters of footwear in Sri Lanka. DSI is the first Shoe Manufacturing Plant in Sri Lanka to obtain the ISO 9001:2008 certification.
DSI product range includes EVA/Rubber flip flops, Sandals, Vulcanized shoes, Leather shoes, Rubber boots, School shoes, PU sandals, Indoor slippers and Industrial shoes.
The Company currently produces more than 27 million pairs of footwear per year and has a workforce of more than 2,500 employees.
Lanka Leather Fashion Pvt. Ltd. is a European owned and managed leather garment manufacturer located in Sri Lanka. Established in 1982, the factory is situated in the Katunayake Free Trade Zone, only minutes away from the international airport. In addition to security, operating within the Free Trade Zone provides us with the opportunity to easily import all raw materials free of duties / customs charges and same day clearance of imported cargo. With major shipping lines / airlines operating in Sri Lanka with direct services to most European and US cities, we can offer fast deliveries, whether it be hanging or flat packed garments. We have been manufacturing leather garments in Sri Lanka for more than 35 years - spanning our experience in the leather garment industry, in both manufacturing and sales, back over four decades.
MAS Fabric Park (Pvt) Ltd is Sri Lanka’s first privately owned fabric intensive investment zone. It is a subsidiary company of MAS Holdings, the largest apparel exporter in the country. Located 65km from Colombo, it is an entity which has facilitated the employment of over 1759 people through investment opportunity. With over US $ 70 mil invested via various parties, MFP continues to grow as an environmentally sustainable free trade park.
SSL is the collaboration of two family companies with a long history in footwear.Servis Industries, Pakistan and Almar Group, Sri Lanka Combining their expertise to create shoes that would be exceptional, Service Shoes Lanka began operations. Thus, the strength and traditions of our parent companies guarantees that we are able to achieve a product unlike any other.Currently we supply leading shoe brands in the UK, USA and Australia.
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A diverse range of modern shoes such as canvas and rubber boots, thongs, sports shoes and leather shoes are produced using different types of raw material. The bulk of productions consist of up-market canvas and rubber fashion shoes both in cold processed and vulcanized rubber construction. Boot range consists of children’s boots in attractive colours and designs, yachting boots, fishing boots, bean boots and boots for a variety of functional the purposes military. Including a large volume of rubber flip flops (thongs) are produced both for the local and export market...
The bulk of leather products made in Sri Lanka are made of imported leather. However, in recent years several local leather production units have been set up in the country. There are around 11 tanneries producing 25 tons of leather per day. Most of the large companies have their own tanneries. As the supply of locally tanned and finished leather is not sufficient to meet the requirements of the export industry, the government has allowed the duty-free import of raw material to facilitate the industry...
Major export markets for sri lankan footwear and leather products
Commencing from year 2007, Sri Lanka footwear & Leather fair has gradually developed to an International fair .The fair provides an ideal opportunity to view Sri Lanka’s capabilities of the footwear and leather industry under one roof . The 6th footwear & Leather fair will be held...