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19 February 2016

Articles of Association of Lankem Ceylon PLC

Articles of Association of Lankem Ceylon PLC



Tea is Nature's gift to mankind. A beverage that heals, protects and refreshes, it is also infinite in variety, changing subtlety with the natural alchemy of sunshine, soils, wind, rain and temperature. That beautiful variety in tea is as much a challenge as a deliciously indulgent reward for nature gives us a tea to suit every mood, and desire. Lankem has about 6000 hectares of Tea in production in the Western High grown region (2300 hectares in Kotagala under Kotagala Plantations and 3700 under Agarapatana Plantations). Agarapatana Plantations has a further 2900 hectares of Tea in bearing in the Uva High grown region, whilst Kotagala Plantations has a further 250 hectares of Tea in the Low grown Kalutara district. We produce about 16 million kilograms of Tea per annum, which is approximately 5% of the island's total crop.


From the first commercial rubber plantation in Sri Lanka, the nation has had a proud history of manufacturing high quality natural rubber latex. Rubber was first introduced in the late 19th century under the British. Rubber continues to be the second most import plantation crop in the nation.Our company has a total rubber extent of 5200 hectares of which about 4700 hectares is in production. Kotagala Plantations one of the plantation companies in the Lankem Plantations group is a major producer of Natural Rubber in the country, with a production of about 4 million kilograms of Rubber per annum we are one of the largest producers in the country and account for about 4% of the Island's total production.

For more information log on to www.lankemplantations.lk