The Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA) was established to develop, maintain, operate and provide port and other services in the ports of Colombo, Galle and Trincomalee and any other port as may be declared hereafter by the minister by order. SLPA was constituted under the provisions of the Sri Lanka Ports Authority Act, No. 51 of 1979, effecting the merger of the Colombo Port Commission Department and the two existing statutory Corporations. This resulted in a unified organization with a streamlined structure. The Ports Authority does not receive financial allocations from the government but operates on its own revenue and resources.
Sri Lanka Ports Authority
|Region||Asia 1: South/West, East and Middle East||Country||Sri Lanka|
|Member Type||Regular Member||Joined Year||1980|
|Ports||Port of Colombo, Port of Galle, Port of Trincomalee, Port of Kankasanthurai, Port of Point Pedro, Port of Oluvil, Hambantota Port|
|Mission, Vision||Strategic Master Plans||Community Initiatives||Environmental Policies||Corporate By-Laws||Organization Chart|
|Corporate/ Port Brochure||Annual Reports||Financial Reports||Sustainerbility Reports||Port Regulations||Tariffs|
|Tenders||Lease Agreement||Development Program||Statistics||Business Directories||COVID-19|