Over the past two decades, Ocean Lanka has firmly established itself as a provider of total textile solutions to the apparel industry in, both, Sri Lanka and the wider region. During this period, we’ve garnered a name for the quality and consistency of each of our production capabilities: weft knit fabrics, knitting, dyeing, finishing, printing, yarn dyeing and fabric collection.
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The fabric knitting process involves the knitting and conversion of yarn to fabric. The first stage of fabric manufacturing, fabric knitting, or more specifically weft knitting, is a specialized area of textile production that is an Ocean Lanka forte.Explore
Often the second stage of the fabric manufacturing process, dyeing involves the adding of colour to the knitted fabric. This is carried out by dipping, or submerging, the knitted fabric in vats of dye to give them colour.Explore
Ocean Lanka’s dyed yarn requirements are met in-house. The state-of-the-art package dyeing facility that we operate enables us to manufacture a wide range of dyed yarn. They are used predominantly in the stripe fabrics that we produce.Explore
In textile manufacturing, finishing refers to the various processes that the knitted fabric undergoes once the fabric is subject to dying. Finishing fine-tunes the quality of the fabric in terms of its final appearance and feel.Explore
At our fabric dyeing and printing unit, we offer our customers a range of printing-related services in addition to fabric dyeing. Textile printing is also referred to as localized dyeing. A knitted fabric can, either, be dyed or given a custom print in the process of conversion to a finished textile.Explore
We help our customers to bring that special design to fruition with our capabilities to provide access to a vast range of weft knitted fabrics, fiber blends, prints, and new fabric developments.Explore
Ocean Lanka has long been recognized in the industry for its sustainable manufacturing practices. Our earliest foray into sustainability took place due to the actual nature of our operation rather than as a result of a conscious decision to become sustainable.
Our first line of attack is often prevention. We believe that it is of utmost importance to reduce our use of resources and to, parallelly, increase our levels of water and energy efficiency throughout each step of the manufacturing process.
We go to great lengths to reuse as large a portion of different materials as, practically, possible. For example, when we supply textiles to our customers, we ensure that they are rolled onto reusable plastic tubes at the time of delivery.Explore
Recycling often takes many forms today. It is an activity or business component of immense importance in the context of modern-day commercial operations. At Ocean Lanka, we’ve identified upcycling as the best fit for our company.Explore
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