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* Sri Lanka's Orient Garments amalgamates with subsidiary
Wed, May 21, 2014, 10:51 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

May 21, Colombo: Orient Garments, a high-end apparel manufacturer catering to international designers will amalgamate with its subsidiary Stafford Orient (pvt.) Ltd., the company said in a stock market disclosure.

The merger will take effect from 20 June 2014 and consequent to the amalgamation, Orient Garments will continue, as the amalgamated Company, the company said.

Orient Garments, which is owned by PC House Holdings has five apparels factories and involved in manufacturing and exporting of high-end apparel and specialize in outerwear, casualwear and sportswear.

The company has expertise in apparel sector for over 28 years and exports 95% of garments manufactured at its factories to the EU and USA.

It manufactures a wide range of garments catering to the needs of leading international fashion brands and retailers such as NEXT, Tesco, Tommy Hilfiger, Polo Ralph Lauren and Burberry.

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