Formia selected to supply SriLankan amenity kits


Guest amenity and hospitality specialist, Formia, has created a luxury Crabtree & Evelyn amenity bag for SriLankan Airlines’ business class routes. The airline’s recent entry into the Oneworld airline alliance has inspired a drive to renew and improve the quality of its passenger amenity kit offerings. Formia was chosen as SriLankan’s partner for the development and supply of products and brands to meet the airline’s aspirations.

Formia will supply the airline with a bespoke-designed, tan-coloured canvas pouch featuring the Crabtree & Evelyn logo. Each pouch contains a selection of Crabtree & Evelyn skincare products, ranging from lip balm and a refreshing facial spray, to Jojoba oil moisturising lotions containing nourishing jojoba and soybean oils, beeswax and vitamin E. The durable construction of the pouch will allow for multiple, long-term post flight uses.

Commenting on the amenity kit, Roland Grohmann, managing director of Formia, said: “Formia is delighted and proud to be helping SriLankan Airlines in its on-going ambitions to be recognised as one of the world’s great airlines. The Crabtree & Evelyn brand is known throughout the world for the quality of its products and their distinctive and subtle scents. There can be no better indication of SriLankan Airlines’ serious intent than the introduction of such a well-known, luxury cosmetics brand to its Business Class facilities.”

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