Troops of Alawwa Factory serving under the Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL) Headquarters at Yakkala celebrated its 4th anniversary with series of events at the camp premises in Alawwa under the supervision of Lieutenant Colonel Chaminda Thibbotuge , Factory Manager of Alawwa and on instructions of Brigadier Senaka Dassanayake , Commandant – RVAPL, on a grand scale during January 18 - 19.
On 18 January , an all- night Pririth Chanting was organized at the factory premises to bless all members
Troops serving at the Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL) – Yakkala took part in series of events organized by Administrative staff under the guidance of Brigadier Senaka Dassanayake, Commandant, RVAPL and supervised by Brigadier Kapila Ranaweear Deputy Commandant on account of first working day of the year 2018 and Duruthu full moon Poya day was held on Tuesday(02).
First session of the day’s programme inaugurated by hoisting the National flag by the Commandant, RVAPL followed by recital of t
31 Officials of National Water Supply and Drainage Board Visit to Ranaviru Apparel
31 Officials of National Water Supply and Drainage Board visited to Ranaviru Apparel(RVAPL) on 28 Dec 2017, with a view of learning more about the RVAPL and properly implemented 5-S concept .
The visiting group of staff members, were warmly welcomed by the Deputy Commandant on behalf of the Commandant and all ranks of RVAPL on arrival to the camp and guided them to Conference Hall to brief the day’s itinerary.
Meanwhile, the presentation conducted by Major Nishantha Perera, Senior Pr
Cricketers of Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL) Factory at Alawwa won the Overall Annual Cricket Championship - 2017 during the finals of Inter Factory Cricket Tournament held under the guidance and instructions of Brigadier Senaka Dassanayake, Commandant – RVAPL at Siyane National College of Education grounds in Weyangoda on Saturday (23 December, 2017)
RVAPL Annual Cricket Tournament was organized and conducted under three different categories as differently able, able and women. Differently
Differently able Officers and Other Ranks together with other serving troops of the Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL) celebrated the 19th anniversary with series of activities at the camp premises in yakkala under the guidance of Brigadier Senaka Dassanayake , Commandant – RVAPL, on a grand scale during December 8 - 9.
Meanwhile, on 8 Dec as the 1st phase of the programme, an all- night Pririth Chanting followed by a alms giving ceremony was organized at the factory premises to bless all
Brigadier Kapila Ranaweera, Deputy Commandant and Lieutenant Colonel Roshan Kalupahana, Production Planning and Work Study Manager of Ranaviru Apparal made a visit to the construction site of the proposed five storied accommodation building at Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL) Alawwa on Wednesday (15) morning, November 2017.
The visiting Deputy Commandant was warmly received by Lieutenant Colonel Chaminda Thibbotuge, Factory Manager of Ranaviru Apparel Alawwa on arrival at the site, in the company of several
Work Study Training Programme Commence at the RVAPL
A work study course for Officers and Other Ranks serving in both Ranaviru Apparel factories at Yakkala and Alawwa of Sri Lanka Army was commenced at the RVAPL Factory in Yakkala on 28 November 2017 under the training assistance of Sri Lanka Institute of Textile & Apparel (SLITA).
The course designed to enhance the knowledge of Officers and Other Ranks serving at both factories on different areas related to Work Study includes Process Analysis, Method Study, Time Study, Line Balancing , Evaluat
Minuwangoda Educational Zonal Teachers Visit to Ranaviru Apparel
70 Home Science Teachers and 3 lecturers of Zonal Educational Office in Minuwangoda paid an educational visit to Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL), recently with a view of learning more about the Apparel Industry as a part of their syllabus and properly implemented 5-S concept.
The visiting group of teachers were warmly welcomed by the Deputy Commandant and Staff officers of RVAPL at the main entrance and guided them to Boardroom.
After welcoming them, a presentation on the historic value and im
Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL) Factory which was established on 27 March 1996 at Yakkala produces an average of 1200 uniform sets per day while Alawwa factory opened on 23 Oct 2009 produces an average of 960 uniform sets and no of other products per day.
However, both factories do have the capacity of fulfilling more than 85% of uniform requirement of the Army at present and under takes different type of uniforms including dress No 04, 06, 07 and No 8 uniforms, PT Short , Mosquito Nets and Sleeping Mattr
A Dhamma sermon "Bana" organized by troops of directly enlisted second batch of the Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL at Yakkala) together with its other staff on account of their first anniversary under the guidance of Brigadier Senaka Dassanayake, the Commandant, RVAPL got underway on Wednesday (01).
The sermon was conducted in order to transfer merits to fallen War Heroes and invoke blessings on serving Army personnel and civil employees of the Army as well as to inspire the troops in the Ran