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  • 19th March 2015
    Photo gallery was updated!...
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  • 18th March 2015
    Sadaharitha Agarwood: the biggest leap of Sadaharitha Plantation Management History!...
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  • 28th January 2015
    Way forward: Leap to 2015...
    Way forward: Leap to 2015...
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  • 27th January 2015
    Photo gallery was updated!...
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  • 28th December 2014
    "Sadaharitha in partnership to supply sandalwood and agarwood to Wescorp Australia" - Ceylon Today ...
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  • 27th November 2014
    LBT Speaks about Sadaharitha...
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  • 12th November 2014
    Growing Aquilaria with tea...
    Growing Aquilaria with tea...
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  • 10th November 2014
    BSM training in Rathmalana...
    BSM training in Rathmalana...
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Contact us

  • Head Office:
    6A, Alfred Place,
    Colombo 03,
    Sri Lanka
  • Contact telephone numbersTelephone:

    +94(0)11 5234000
    +94(0)11 5233233

  • Fax numbersFax:

    +94(0)11 2564001

Sadaharitha 2014 Annual Awards held in Grandeur Manner..

Green heroes who were the most successful members in Sadaharitha Family of the year 2014 were felicitated in style at Eagle’s Nest of Attitidya on 17th March. This colourful night Headed by the Chairman, Mr. Sathis Nawarathne and his wife, Directress, Ms. Sakunthala Nawarathne was further glittered with the presence of the distinguished invitees, board of directors, heads of different departments and all staff members who gathered for three hours to appreciate the hard work of the winners...
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Sadaharitha Plantations Limited engages in establishment of forest plantations such as Sandalwood and Teak to generate investment opportunities for Sri Lankans and Foreigners. This is also becoming a golden opportunity for the Sri Lankans who are working or living away from the motherland. Our plantations are located in the best quality lands of different areas in Sri Lanka. Therefore our customers have the freedom to choose the lands accordingly. In addition to the Sadaharitha Plantations, we have also stepped into food export (S.A.F.E.) and Irrigation Systems to broaden our horizons.

Vision:

To be the most innovative Forestry Management Company in Asia, assuring secured investment opportunities

Mission

Our mission is to enhance the quality of life of all our valued stake holders by providing secured and sustainable investment & income opportunities and generate profits whilst safeguarding the environment and accomplishing Corporate Social Responsibilities in an ethical and a legitimate manner.

Our environment policy

Sadaharitha Plantations Limited is an organisation contributing to the sustainable forestry by maintaining sandalwood and teak plantations with the commitment to continuously improve the effectiveness of our environmental management system by preventing all types of pollution and wastages whilst complying with all applicable legal and other requirements. We are further committed to conserve the environment and to protect the healthiness of our employees and community by minimising all negative environmental impacts arise from company processes, products, and services.

Our Forestry Projects

Agarwood

Agarwood is an aromatic, dark, fragrant resinous substance that is in high deman globally. It is a rare but highly valuable variety of resin. The demand for Agarwood is constantly increasing in the international market. more

Sandalwood

Indian sandalwood is the mostly used ingredient in worldwide perfume industry. It has become so popular so that, 46% of the perfumes released since 1750 contained sandalwood oil as a row ingredient. more

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Teak

Teak is a worldwide famous timber for its grain, lustre, colour and durability. It is commonly used for doors, windows and furniture (both indoor and outdoor). In addition to that, it is used for manufacturing boats and many other products. more

Mahogany

Mahogany has a straight grain texture and it gives a beautiful finish to the furniture. Natural existence of this species has been threatened due to the high commercial demand for its timbermore

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