MAS FABRIC PARK - THULHIRIYA
MAS Fabric Park is Sri Lanka's first privately owned apparel intensive free trade zone. Its' operations focuses primarily on the development and value addition of fabrics. MAS Fabric Park spans into 165 acres located in a tranquil environment in Thulhiriya, bordering Ma-Oya. The Park plays a strategic role in the vertical integration of the MAS supply chain. In tandem, the park also offers shared services to investors.
MAS Fabric Park provides industrial support services such as centralized water, power, steam supply and effluent treatment to investors who would set up shop within the Park making it a plug and play operation. The Park provides 10 MVA medium voltage power supply through an underground distribution system, purify (to WHO Standards) and supply a capacity of 9000 Cubic Meters of water (daily), provide effluent treatment for 4000 Cubic Meters of biological and chemical waste (daily), provide supply chain management solutions, food & beverage with industrial mega kitchen. It also provides chalet accommodation.
MAS Active Linea AITC, MAS Intimates Thurulie, Textprint, Trischel, Methliya, Logiwiz, BAM Knitting Pvt. Ltd & MAS Fabrics Matrix operate their plants in the Park.
Services offered within the park:1. MAS Water - Lab
- Censura Laboratory Services
- Professional Analytical Testing
- Accredited by SLAB
- CEA Registered
- Door 2 Door delivery/collection
A central mega kitchen with a capacity of 8,000 servings per meal.3. Effluent Treatment Services
Effluent Treatment Plant of MAS Fabric Park Thulhiriya treats 4,000 cubic meters of raw biological and chemical effluent daily.4. Steam Supply
The Biomass Boiler of MAS Fabric Park has a capacity of producing 6 tons of steam per hour. Overall, together with the other boilers, a total capacity of 10 tons can be produced.5. Power Supply
MAS Fabric Park provides an uninterrupted supply of electricity to all investor companies via a 10MVA medium voltage underground distribution system.6. Water Treatment Plant
The Water Treatment Plant of MAS Fabric Park has a capacity of providing 9000 cubic meters of water per day. Purified to WHO standards, water is tested daily using the in- house testing lab.