Zam Gems opens for business at BIA

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With over 30 years of bringing the absolute best of gems and jewellery from Sri Lanka to the world over, Zam Gems yesterday announced the opening its newest outlet at the Bandaranaike International Airport Departure Lounge.

The opening of the new outlet will give international and local travellers alike an opportunity to experience first-hand the finesse and beauty that Zam Gems has become synonymous for. With a scintillating array of exquisite gems and jewellery items on display, Zam Gems is sure to satisfy even the most discerning traveller.

The new outlet is conveniently located at the Departure Lounge, and boasts an elegantly designed interior, with a lighting system that enables customers to see the display on jewellery in its natural beauty. With customer convenience in mind, the new branch also houses multi-lingual staffs who are conversant in many languages, ensuring that customers are always given the best recommendations to suit their individual taste.

With a firm dedication to maintaining stringent international quality standards and creating innovative, modern and attractive designs, Zam Gems has always set the benchmark for the Sri Lankan jewellery industry. Thus, an increasing demand for its unique and tastefully designed jewellery has led to a rapidly expanding branch network.

Currently operating through seven showrooms in and around the Colombo area and its main branch situated in Sri Lanka’s Hill Capital – Kandy, Zam Gems also operates seven other franchise showrooms worldwide.

Its international outlets can be found in Japan’s Ueno Jewellery Market in Tokyo, the Duty Free at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Berjaya Times Square in Malaysia, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island and Kanuhura Resort – Lhaviyani Atoll in the Maldives, and the Land Mark Mall and Villaggio Malls in Qatar. Zam Gems’ Head Office in Colombo and its main branch in Kandy are fully equipped with gem and jewellery laboratories, lapidaries and jewellery factories, from where they produce their world renowned jewellery range.

Clients who are interested in learning in-depth details of the gem and jewellery manufacturing process can also have an arranged visit to the Head Office and the Branch in Kandy, where they can experience first-hand the intricate processes that go into creating each individual piece of jewellery and also see their jewellery designers and goldsmiths at work on what could be the next new trend to make an impact on the industry.