Colombo, Sri Lanka – An Omani business delegation, headed by Eng Ridha Juma al Saleh, chairman of Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OCCI), which is currently visiting Sri Lanka, reviewed the Sri Lankan experience in the field of tea and food production on Sunday.
The delegation toured two major factories in Colombo. It was briefed on the production stages, the technology and raw materials used in processing tea and other food items, as well as the standards of quality and the targeted export markets.
The Omani business delegation is accompanied by H E Omar Lebbe Ameer Ajwad, Ambassador of Sri Lanka to Oman.
Ali bin Muslim al Badi, an Omani businessman, explained that the delegation’s visit is aimed at maximising the benefits from the experience and expertise of these factories, technology used in packaging, mechanism used in marketing and promotion of their products, and the possibility of entering into commercial partnerships with the Sri Lankan trade industry.