United Global Trading

About Us

UNITED GLOBAL TRADING (PVT) LTD is a Global Company Located in Sri Lanka. We are the manufacturers and exporters of Spices & Allied Products, Coconut And Coconut Based Products, Ceylon Tea, Ayurvedic & Herbal Products, Organic Products, Electrical & Electronics, Rubber & Rubber Based Products, Plastic Products, Printing & Stationery Et.


Known as the Spice Island, Sri Lanka was historically attractive to the Western nations for its spice riches. Sri Lankan Spices and Allied products Suppliers export the most sought-after cinnamon, pepper, cloves, cardamoms, nutmeg, mace and vanilla. These grow in abundance all over the island in fertile and diverse soil types and varying temperature conditions.


Coconut is one of the major plantation crops in Sri Lanka which accounts for approximately 12% of all agricultural produce in Sri Lanka. Total land area under cultivation is 395,000 hectares and about 2,500 million nuts are produced per year.


Sri Lankan tea (known for generations as Ceylon Tea) carries behind it a heritage and success story like no other. A product that began as a diversification experiment in 1867 spanning just 19 acres of land has today surpassed all geographical borders to satisfy 19% of global demand. Reputed for its signature taste and aroma, Sri Lanka has become the world's third largest tea exporter to the world, the country's largest employer and has the distinction of supplying tea to the Olympic and Commonwealth Games. It is a great equalizer, demanding attention from the counter of the smallest eatery to the most exclusive tea-bars in the world.


Ayurveda is the hugely popular art of healthy living, which has transcended all cultures. It is formed from the root words of Ayu (life) and Veda (science); being one of the oldest forms of medical science, today it has gained wide popularity amongst consumers worldwide.


Organic agriculture is a sustainable form of agriculture, for both ecological and economic reasons. The development trend of Organic Agriculture in world during the past decade shows a positive growth. As an example USA and Canada are having rapidly growing Organic Food market of 20% and Europe is having 7.8% per year.

Sri Lanka, after its pioneering move in introducing organically certified tea to the world market, expanded this product range to non-traditional agricultural products such as:

  • Spices
  • Essential oils
  • Herbs
  • Herbal preparations
  • Desiccated coconut and other coconut-based products
  • Oil seeds
  • Pulses
  • Cashew
  • Rubber
  • Tropical fruit
  • Vegetables


Sri Lankan Electrical and Electronics industry is progressively stepping in to the global electronics value-added supply chain with products and services finding acceptance amongst the most important global market leaders. It had a boom in 1980’s with investments from Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, India, United Kingdom and Germany for mass scale component manufacturing. The sector was grown as an export–led industry over past 40 years contributing 318 US$ mn. to the Sri Lanka exports in 2016 and 294 US $ million in 2015. The industry mainly caters for automobile, telecommunication, consumer electronics, industrial automation and many other verticals.


The history of Sri Lanka’s rubber plantation industry began way back in 1876 with the planting of 1,919 rubber seedlings - the origin of an uninterrupted and profitable supply chain. This agricultural commodity has since become of strategic significance with respect to the global rubber industry. Customarily close to the hearts and minds of farming communities all over Sri Lanka, the rubber industry has a close association with sustainable practices. The rubber industry generates employment for a vast number of people mainly from rural areas and is important in providing them with economic sustenance for their livelihood.


Plastic processing is a flourishing, industry in Sri Lanka for over 45 years. Currently Sri Lanka has over 400 companies engaged in plastic processing .A total sum of Rs.15 Bn has been invested in plastics processing in Sri Lanka .Almost 50% of this has come through Foreign Direct Investments. Out of this 66 % of total investment is exclusively for processing of plastic products for the export market.


Sri Lanka printing industry has more than 50 years of experience in a Prepress including quality, planning and scheduling and supply chain with customer services. The industry is capable to work on latest technology of the world, related to packaging printing like flexography & offset.

The industry achieved reduced print scrap by maximum utilization of pre-press technology, knowledge of maintaining records of production activity as per world standards.

Sri Lanka supplies packaging for global brands and known for world class packaging, flex printing and print products which require highest accuracy.

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