Acessories | Fabric | Print Packaging | Labelling

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Why FAAMA
A need for a strong and well represented body to promote and foster the interest of the fabric and accessory manufacturers in Sri Lanka – Inside and outside the zones

VISION

Become the Backbone of the Sri Lanka Apparel Trade

Mission

By supporting the growth. Prosperity and continuance of Sri Lankan Apparel Industry, FAAMA will be a principal advocator to the national economic growth of Sri Lanka

FAAMA Philosophy

The mainstay of the apparel industry FAAMA was inaugurated on 15th September 2003, with 8 Founder Members To day it has a membership of 41 companies with a diverse product base Estimated Direct Employment provided by these companies is over 20,000 Products manufactured by FAAMA could be categorised into 3 sub-sectors -  Fabric, Accessories, Packaging Lobby at State Level for benefit of the industry Give mutual support to link manufacturers and exporters & Strengthen business expectations & credibility Acknowledge & embrace benefits of an interdependent relationship resulting in positive gains for all members as opposed to each working independently. Continue to serve manufacturers & retailers while strengthening & safeguarding the interest of the membership with a targeted effort

FAAMA consist of a group of members with common interest who are basically indirect exporters. A non-profit making Trade Association with innovation & resilience for progress. Strength in numbers, is advocated with a clear purpose of giving a ‘voice’ to express concern Collectively choose to make the presence felt in a unique way, & a driving force to help business become part of a solution to meet the challenges of globalisation Collaborative strategy to meet a single out come Unified front to face challenges & threats A Forum to exchange views & information on emerging trends while educating those related to the industry. Membership registration as ‘Business’ rather than a individuals are far more beneficial in the long run.

The JAAF Mandate

The JAAF Mandate, which has plans to develop the industry base, is of direct relevance to FAAMA

  • Development of required backward integration industries to support the apparel industry
  • Invest in Fabric Mills to support the industry
  • Provide attractive incentives for fabric mills to relocate in to Sri Lanka
  • Establish a conduit to provide a direct link for apparel manufacturers to use fabrics of regional origin
  • Develop textile & apparel zones equipped with effluent treatment & other infrastructure