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Omega Line wins coveted Presidential Export Award

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Omega Line, one of the leading export oriented apparel industries in Sri Lanka was awarded Export Excellence Award in the Garment Trade category at the recently concluded Presidential export Awards. 

The award ceremony organized by the Export Development Board (EDB) annually recognizes exporters. The award ceremony was held this time at the Nelum Pokuna in Colombo with the distinguished participation of the President Maithripala Sirisena.Omega Line Group functions under the flagship of world famous Calzedonia S.p.A in Italy that specializes in ladies undergarments, stockings, nightdresses, socks and swimwear.  Calzedonia sells its products under the brand names of Intimissimi, Caqlzedonia, Tezenis and Falconeri and has more than 4000 sales outlets in Europe, Russia, Middle East, Asia and South America.Other Omega Line companies functioning locally under the flagship of Calzedonia   S.p.A are Sirio Limited:Badalgama, Alpha Apparels Limited: Polgahawela, Benji Limited: Bingiriya and Vavuniya Apparels:Vavuniya. The total workforce in all companies exceeds 12,000. 
Omega Line Group in many ways is closely interwoven with the lives of people of the country. As a socially-responsible entity Omega Line engages in CSR activities with pride. 

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