Quality textiles for every Sri Lankan was the aspiration, which set in motion the popular domestic name ‘Salusala’. Opening it’s doors in 1967 to the Sri Lankan public with a small but elegant showroom in the heart of Colombo, they soon became a name to be reckoned within the Sri Lankan textile diligence. For every reason or season the people of Sri Lanka flocked to Salusala for all their quality clothes and linen. No visitor to the country ever missed out on a visit to the Salusala Showrooms.

In 1971 the thriving textile giant was converted to a corporation under the state trading corporation act. It became a limited liability company with it’s long- term focus on privatization in 1991. The open economic policies introduced in 1977 gave a new kind of dynamism to Salusala.They not only developed their scope in manufacturing the highest quality powerloom and handloom textiles, but they also undertook the sewing of textile related products.

Today garments and textiles have assumed an important role in Sri Lanka’s economic development, and Salusala has changed it’s outlook and it’s thinking to evolve with the times. Today they broaden their horizons with a retail chain of 25 outlets neatly spread island-wide.

 
   
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