The rubber plantation industry in Sri Lanka has been established over 150 years. Through nationalization program in 1975 these rubber plantations were managed by the Government Cooperative until 1992. Following a World Bank Report these plantations were then re-privatized to 23 plantation companies. Lalan Plantations Ltd has been awarded a long term sub-lease of 42 years ending in 2045 from Bogawantalawa Plantations Ltd. to manage plantation in 4 regions (Mahaoya, Pitiyakande, Sapumalkande and Udabage) consisting of 13 estates. This arrangement has been approved by the Golden Share Holder and Ministry of Plantation Industries. In addition, Miyanawita and Dabar estates are managed by Lalan Rubbers (Pvt) Ltd under an agreement with Bogawanthalawa Tea Estates PLC.

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Our business is ethically committed to the institution of Sustainable Forest Management principles and practices, since we are of the firm belief that our long- term viability and existence depends on operating in a way that ensures & enhances economic viability, that guarantees the potential of the forest to regenerate itself and is acceptable to society. We will at all times strive to operate in conformity with the forest laws and regulations of the government of Sri Lanka.

Our company has a vision of Long term Sustainable Forest Management, which is motivated by its desire to have FSC™ certification; and therefore will make every effort to be in conformance to the Principles, Criteria and Indicators of the Forest Stewardship Council™ (FSC™)