Cinec - SLSC Scholarships in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Sri Lanka Shippers' Council (SLSC) in association with Colombo International Nautical and Engineering College (CINEC) will once again be conducting a scholarship program.Read More
Annual Report & Accounts 2019/202015 July 2020
The 50th Annual General Meeting of the Sri Lanka Shippers Council will be held on Thursday, 16th July 2020 commencing 3.00 p.m. as a Virtual Meeting connected through Microsoft Teams.
50th Annual General Meeting of the Sri Lanka Shippers' Council09th July 2020
The 50th Annual General Meeting of the Sri Lanka Shippers' Council will be held on Thursday, 16th July 2020 commencing 3.00 p.m. as a Virtual Meeting connected through Microsoft Teams.
Terminal Storage Concessions to CICT Customers due to Covid-1930th April 2020
The following is a summary of terminal storage concession arrangements applicable from 16th March to 07th May (both days inclusive).
Terminal Storage Concessions due to Covid-1930th April 2020
The following is a summary of terminal storage concession arrangements applicable from 14th March to 7th May (both days inclusive).
Special Notice - SLPA30th April 2020
Considering the hardships experienced by consignees in clearance of cargi due to the curfew imposed as a precaution in controlling of COVID 19 virus in the country, following cincessions have been offered by SLPA.
Payments by Importers/Exporters to Freight Forwarders for Logistics Services27th April 2020
As you may be aware, logistics service providers underpin the local supply chain and play a pivotal role in ensuring that both production lines and consumers are not affected by the dire circumstances of any crisis
Article by Mr. Suren Abeysekera - Sri Lanka The Future Hub for Logistics16th October 2019
In previous years, Sri Lanka was mostly used as a trading hub. Traders would come from different countries in the silk route and they would bring in their goods and some of their services that were traded in the Port of Colombo. There was less manufacturing of goods in the country that were exported except for the well-known Sri Lankan spices and tea.
49th AGM Sri Lanka Shippers' Council 2018-201918 August 2019
Sri Lanka Shippers' Council held its 49th Annual General Meeting on 26th July 2019 at 5.30 pm at The Barnes, Jetwing Colombo Seven, Colombo followed by the Post Business Session and cocktails. Mr. Mangala P. B. Yapa, Chairman of the Board of Investment of Sri Lanka graced the occasions as the Chief Guest and the keynote speaker.
Speech by the Chief Guest Mr. Mangala P. B. Yapa18 August 2019
Good Evening Ladies and Gentlemen, Let me run through all of you a brief background of the Shippers' Council where I extracted these information from the Council's website
Speech by the Outgoing Chairman of Sri Lanka Shippers Council - Mr. Chrisso de Mel18 August 2019
It is with much pleasure that I welcome you today, to this post business session of the 49th AGM of the Sri Lanka Shippers' Council. As you know this council has been in existence, now for 53 years. As much as I have enjoyed leading this council for the past two years as Chairman and in the past five years as an office bearer, it is my pleasure, to now make way for a new team, led by Suren Abeysekera, to take this council forward.
Speech by the Incoming Chairman of Sri Lanka Shippers Council - Mr. Suren Abeysekera18 August 2019
It gives me great pleasure to stand in front of you to address this gathering as the newly elected 19th Chairman of the Sri Lanka Shippers' Council, a prestigious position once held by many distinguished personnel connected to international trade, shipping and logistics in Sri Lanka.