RANAVIRU APPAREL TROOPS BID FAREWELL TO OUTGOING COMMANDANT
Officers and Other Ranks of Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL) both Factories bade farewell to Major Genaral Manjula Manatunga upon his relinquishment of the appointment of Commandant, Ranaviru Apparel at the Yakkakla Factory on 20 April.
Major Genaral Manjula Manatunga has joined to the Regular Force of the Sri Lanka Army on 01 October 1985 as an Officer Cadet with SLMA Intake SSC - 7 and has been commissioned as a Second Lieutenant on 31 May 1986 in the 4th Battalion of Gemunu Watch. He was a distingui
RANAVIRU APPAREL MADE SPECIAL HAZMAT SUIT AND SHOE COVER FOR MEDICAL STAFF ENGAGE IN TREATING PATIENTS WHO ARE STRUCK DOWN WITH THE LIFE THREATENING INFECTION - COVID 19.
Ranaviru Apparel Garment Factory of Sri Lanka Army which was established as a rehabilitation project in view of adding value and significance to the differently able (Wounded in action) soldiers and enable them to become useful citizens and role models to the society. However, The Ranaviru Apparel Factory adopt latest techniques, strategies and within cost effective, efficient parameters, primarily produce very high quality standard uniform requirements for officers.
Troops of RVAPL appreciate for their new improvement of a Sealer Machine
Troops of mechanical Section and Senior Production Manger serving at the Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL) - Yakkala were appreciated for their new improvement and re-installation of a Sealer Machine which used to produce newly introduced disposable microfiber suit with shoe cover. Similarly newly improved machine is equipped with 64 inch sealer bars.
With the outbreak of the Covid 19 in country, the factory stepped out to produce disposable microfiber suits with shoe covers which can be used for med
DCOS LAYS FOUNDATION STONES FOR OFFICER’S MESS COMPLEX AT RVAPL ALAWWA
The Deputy Chief of Staff (DCOS) of the Sri Lanka Army and Chairman of the Board Management (BoM) of Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL), Major General Nirmal Dharmarathna, attended the ceremony of laying foundation stone to the proposed new Officer’s Mess Complex held on 05th March 2020.
Major General Manjula Manathunga ,the Commandant -RVAPL together with Brigadier Kapila Ranaweera ,Deputy Commandant and Lieutenant Colonel Nandana Weerasekara ,Factory Manager Of Ranaviru Apparel Alawwa,in the compa
Lieutenant Colonel Nandana Weerasekara assumed duties as the new Factory Manager of Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL) at Alawwa during a simple ceremony, held at the Factory premises in Alawwa on 02 January 2020.
Newly appointed Factory Manager placed his signature in an official document symbolizing the assumption of duties, followed by a formal troop address at the Private’s Mess.
The newly-appointed Factory manger afterwards planted a tree sapling in the camp premises as a symbol of memor
TROOPS OF RANAVIRU APPAREL FACTORIES TOOK PART IN AWARD GIVING CEREMONIES
All troops including differently able troops serving at the Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL) Factories at Yakkala and Alawwa took part in award giving ceremonies, organized at the respective Factory premises by the Administrative Staff of both Factories to felicitate their First production line and sixth production line who emerged as best production lines of the month, were held on 01 October 2019.
Events were organized on the instructions of, Major General Manjula Manathunga, Commandant- RVAPL under the gu
RANAVIRU APPAREL ALAWWA FACTORY CELEBRATED THE 9TH ANNIVERSARY
Troops together with differently able troops serving at Alawwa Factory celebrated the 9th anniversary with series of events, giving priority to religious activities, at the camp premises in Alawwa, under the guidance of Brigadier Senaka Dassanayake, Commandant – RVAPL during 18th and 19th of January 2019.
In the meantime commencing the anniversary programme, on 18th January 2019 as the first component of the programme, an all- night Pririth Chanting followed by a alms giving ceremony was organized
RANAVIRU APPAREL YAKKALA FACTORY ORGANIZES, ‘HEALTHY ARMY HEALTHY NATION', PROGRAMM.
Ranaviru Apparel Yakkala Factory supported to organize Non Communicable Diseases (NCD) programm for troops of Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL) Factory at Yakkala, under the Healthy Army Healthy Nation program. The program was held at camp premises for its staff including differently able troops on Wednesday (05 December 2018), on the directions of Brigadier Senaka Dassanayake, Commandant - RVAPL and under the supervision of Brigadier Kapila Ranaweera, Deputy Commandant.
MEMBERS OF SMALL ENTERPRISES DEVELOPMENT DIVISION’S VISIT TO RANAVIRU APPAREL
30 members of Small Enterprises Development Division at Kaluthara paid an educational visit to Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL) Yakkala, on 16th November 2018 with a view of learning more about the Apparel Industry and 5-S concept.
The visiting group was warmly welcomed by the senior production Manager Major Nishantha Perera and staff officers of RVAPL at the main entrance and guided them to conference hall.
After welcoming them, conducted a presentation on the historic value and importance ro