In the midst of a third wave of COVID-19, Sri Lankan firms are straining to meet deadlines. According to the Joint Apparel Association Forum (JAAF), some customers are demonstrating a “lack of collaboration,” even asking that late orders be transported by air. Tuli Cooray, Secretary General of the JAAF, stated that in a low margin business such as clothing, having to pay for air freight was a cost that may contribute to the failure of the company. Tuli Cooray, Secretary General of the JAAF, stated that paying for air freight was a cost that might contribute to the collapse of the local sector in a low margin business like clothing.
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