25 results for 2020-Collections in Jamaica
 
 

Established in 1992, Seals and Engravables is a division of the Unicorp Financial Services Jamaica Ltd. We are the industry leader in providing our clients who are for the mos t part member of corporate Jamaica with quality marking instruments. In the past we have been commissioned by the Ministry of Justice and other well known entities, and we have always been guided by our standards of quality. Read more......Read less

 
 

Universal Shocks Ltd stocks the widest range of shocks and struts for all motor vehicles. We have a wealth of experience and are focused on improving the safety of your motor vehicle with genuine struts and shock absorbers.

By consistently delivering world class ride control products, We have become Jamaica's largest supplier of OE and aftermarket shocks and struts. While much of Universal Shocks' overall sales are from automotive shock absorbers, we also carry a wide range of hydraulic and electronic equipment used in a variety of applications in many aspects of modern life. Vehicular and transportation applications include power steering systems, automotive electronics, construction equipment, agricultural equipment, special use vehicles, railroading, aircraft, and maritime shipping.

Other Universal Shocks product applications include hydraulic equipment used in manufacturing, testing, lifestyle, and civil engineering projects, as well as special needs equipment such as wheelchairs. The varied uses and applications of Universal Shocks products and equipment demonstrate our commitment to helping create a safer, more efficient, and more comfortable society.

Shocks and struts for all make vehicles in Jamaica Courier and delivery services available island wide (conditions apply)
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Universal Shocks Ltd stocks the widest range of shocks and struts for all motor vehicles. We have a wealth of experience and are focused on improving the safety of your motor vehicle with genuine struts and shock absorbers.

By consistently delivering world class ride control products, We have become Jamaica's largest supplier of OE and aftermarket shocks and struts. While much of Universal Shocks' overall sales are from automotive shock absorbers, we also carry a wide range of hydraulic and electronic equipment used in a variety of applications in many aspects of modern life. Vehicular and transportation applications include power steering systems, automotive electronics, construction equipment, agricultural equipment, special use vehicles, railroading, aircraft, and maritime shipping.

Other Universal Shocks product applications include hydraulic equipment used in manufacturing, testing, lifestyle, and civil engineering projects, as well as special needs equipment such as wheelchairs. The varied uses and applications of Universal Shocks products and equipment demonstrate our commitment to helping create a safer, more efficient, and more comfortable society.

Shocks and struts for all make vehicles in Jamaica; Courier and delivery services available island wide (conditions apply)
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Universal Shocks Ltd stocks the widest range of shocks and struts for all motor vehicles. We have a wealth of experience and are focused on improving the safety of your motor vehicle with genuine struts and shock absorbers.

By consistently delivering world class ride control products, We have become Jamaica's largest supplier of OE and aftermarket shocks and struts. While much of Universal Shocks' overall sales are from automotive shock absorbers, we also carry a wide range of hydraulic and electronic equipment used in a variety of applications in many aspects of modern life. Vehicular and transportation applications include power steering systems, automotive electronics, construction equipment, agricultural equipment, special use vehicles, railroading, aircraft, and maritime shipping.

Other Universal Shocks product applications include hydraulic equipment used in manufacturing, testing, lifestyle, and civil engineering projects, as well as special needs equipment such as wheelchairs. The varied uses and applications of Universal Shocks products and equipment demonstrate our commitment to helping create a safer, more efficient, and more comfortable society.

Shocks and struts for all make vehicles in Jamaica; Courier and delivery services available island wide (conditions apply)
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Universal Shocks Ltd stocks the widest range of shocks and struts for all motor vehicles. We have a wealth of experience and are focused on improving the safety of your motor vehicle with genuine struts and shock absorbers.

By consistently delivering world class ride control products, We have become Jamaica's largest supplier of OE and aftermarket shocks and struts. While much of Universal Shocks' overall sales are from automotive shock absorbers, we also carry a wide range of hydraulic and electronic equipment used in a variety of applications in many aspects of modern life. Vehicular and transportation applications include power steering systems, automotive electronics, construction equipment, agricultural equipment, special use vehicles, railroading, aircraft, and maritime shipping.

Other Universal Shocks product applications include hydraulic equipment used in manufacturing, testing, lifestyle, and civil engineering projects, as well as special needs equipment such as wheelchairs. The varied uses and applications of Universal Shocks products and equipment demonstrate our commitment to helping create a safer, more efficient, and more comfortable society.

Shocks and struts for all make vehicles in Jamaica; Courier and delivery services available island wide (conditions apply)
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The NWC supplies 190 million gallons of potable water each day to its more than 400,000 registered accounts representing about 2 million persons across Jamaica. Within the las t five decades, the growth of the industrial sector added to the establishment of several new residential communities in various sections of St. Andrew, St. Catherine and many other parishes across Jamaica, has led to the increased demand for potable water.

Over the years, the NWC has increased its emphasis on customer service by increasing the number of customer service centres and payment facilities island wide, the modernization of commercial offices, the use of significantly enhanced information technology, and through training activities for various employees in customer relations. Efforts are also continuing to minimize complaints by customers in relation to the various areas of service delivery by the NWC.

In recognition of the need for further improvements in operations and service delivery, the National Water Commission has embarked on an ambitious Transformation Programme tied to the Vision of becoming the #1 water services utility in the Caribbean and Latin America by 2020 and in seeking to fulfill the Mission of contributing positively to national development by providing high quality potable water and sewerage services to residents and businesses through a competent and motivated team in a cost effective and sustainable manner.
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MISSION STATEMENT

The Mission of EduCom Co-operative Credit Union is to improve the quality of life of its members and their families, through the provision of personal ized financial solutions and advice
delivered by a motivated, competent and committed team of Staff and Volunteers.

VISION

In 2020, EduCom Co-operative Credit Union is member-centric, service-oriented, financially sound and technologically driven
and is the top Credit Union in Jamaica in member value, compliance and satisfaction.

AAMM and UWI Co-operative Credit Unions merged their operations on April 1, 2015 and realized the birth of EduCom Co-operative Credit Union Limited. This merger has resulted in an asset base for EduCom of $5billion and membership of approximately 27,000.The merger has resulted in some 7 branches across the island and ranks EduCom in the number 5 position among large Credit Unions.

Both credit unions shared common values and strong commitment to their memb ers. The UWI Mona and Community Co-operative Credit Union were founded in 1954 by the staff of the University of the West Indies, Mona with only two shillings and were then called University Staff College Co-operative Credit Union. The primary purpose of the Credit Union was to afford housing solutions for its members in the surrounding communities of Mountain Terrace and Nannyville Housing Scheme. The credit union before the merger served employees, students and alumni of the University of the West Indies and the University of Technology as well as their relatives. Staff and students of other institutions within neighbouring communities, staff of businesses and residents, within the neighbouring communities and their relatives were also eligible for membership at UWI Mona and Community Co-operative Credit Union.

Originally known as the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses, AAMM was conceived in 1960 as a vehicle to assist teachers to gain access to credit facilities which were difficult to obtain from more traditional financial institutions. Like the UWI Mona Co-operative Credit Union, AAMM started from humble beginnings with only One Hundred and Sixty Eight pounds in share capital. Prior to the merger AAMM served teachers and their families.

Based on the similarities of both credit unions, combining their strengths give both the opportunity, to deliver stronger financial performance and offer a wider range of financial products to an expanded membership base.

The name EduCom which seeks to identify with persons in education and surrounding communities was submitted by an AAMM member.

Like UWI and AAMM, EduCom's objective will be to continue adding value through service integrity innovation and commitment to its members.

We will continue to offer new and exciting products and services and to deliver exceptional member service and enabling the least fortunate among us to have a better future through our corporate outreac h efforts.
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Mair Russell & Partners was founded in 1967. Mair Russell & Partners equipped to meet the taxation needs which includes but not limited to Preparation and Filing of Companies and Individual Income Tax Returns, Preparation and Filing of General Consumption Tax Returns, Preparation of Annual Returns, Payroll Preparation, Assistance on Tax Audits and Tax Planning. Read more......Read less

 
 

Mair Russell & Partners was founded in 1967. Mair Russell & Partners equipped to meet the taxation needs which includes but not limited to Preparation and Filing of Companies and Individual Income Tax Returns, Preparation and Filing of General Consumption Tax Returns, Preparation of Annual Returns, Payroll Preparation, Assistance on Tax Audits and Tax Planning. Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Stock Exchange ("JSE") is an august institution which was incorporated in 1968 and started operation in 1969. The JSE started its operation at the Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) building and moved to its present building situated at 40 Harbour Street in 1998.

The JSE's principal mandate is the mobilisation of capital to facilitate the growth and development of companies and by extension the economy.

Mission Statement

To contribute to the growth and development of the countries in which we operate by facilitating the mobilisation, exchange and expansion of capital while providing a return on equity that is acceptable to our shareholders.

Vision Statement

In 2020, the JSE is an innovative, transparent and customer-oriented world class exchange
operates in over 5 countries in the Caribbean Region
has over 100 listings
and contributes significantly to capital expansion while consistently generating Return on shareholders' equity of at least 7% above T-bill.

Objectives

To promote the orderly and transparent development of the stock market and the stock exchange in Jamaica.

To ensure that the stock market and its broker members operate at the highest standards practicable

To develop, apply and enforce the rules designed to ensure public confidence in the stock market and its broker members

To provide facilities for the transaction of stock market business

To conduct research, disseminate relevant information and maintain local and international relationships which can enhance the development of the Jamaica stock market.

The Basic Functions of the Stock Exchange

To provide an additional channel for encouraging and mobilising domestic savings

To foster the growth of the domestic financial services sector

To provide savers with greater opportunities to protect themselves against inflation

To increase the overall efficiency of investment

To facili tate privatisation

To improve the gearing of the domestic corporate sector and help reduce corporate dependence on borrowing.
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At Western Dental, we understand that our clients need to experience comfort, professionalism and welcoming atmosphere.

We provide quality dental care for the whole fam ily and our knowledgeable and equipped staff will execute all procedures with a gentle touch.

We offer routine specialty care including:

Oral Examination
Digital X-Rays
Extractions
Fillings
Oral Surgery
Prophylaxis (Cleaning)
Gum Treatment (Deep Cleaning)
Crown & Bridge
Implant Restoration
Removable Dentures
Teeth Whitening

For your convenience we have four locations:

Montego Bay:
Suite S303
Bay West Shopping Centre
Harbour Street
Top Floor ( #2 via elevator)
Tel : 971-7525 / 618-6186

Lucea:
Central View Plaza
(Upstairs, Beside Seaview Pharmacy)
Main Street
Tel: 956-3415 / 831-0302

Savanna-la-mar:
56 Beckford Street
Tel: 955-2020 / 618-2020

Santa Cruz:
5 Jewel Close
Tel: 966-4681 / 618-6207

You deserve the best care for your beautiful smile. Make an appointment today at Western Dental Services.

Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturdays: 9:00am - 2:00pm

We accept debit & credit cards and all major health cards.
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At Western Dental, we understand that our clients need to experience comfort, professionalism and welcoming atmosphere.

We provide quality dental care for the whole fam ily and our knowledgeable and equipped staff will execute all procedures with a gentle touch.

We offer routine specialty care including:

Oral Examination
Digital X-Rays
Extractions
Fillings
Oral Surgery
Prophylaxis (Cleaning)
Gum Treatment (Deep Cleaning)
Crown & Bridge
Implant Restoration
Removable Dentures
Teeth Whitening

For your convenience we have four locations:

Montego Bay:
Suite S303
Bay West Shopping Centre
Harbour Street
Top Floor ( #2 via elevator)
Tel : 971-7525 / 618-6186

Lucea:
Central View Plaza
(Upstairs, Beside Seaview Pharmacy)
Main Street
Tel: 956-3415 / 831-0302

Savanna-la-mar:
56 Beckford Street
Tel: 955-2020 / 618-2020

Santa Cruz:
5 Jewel Close
Tel: 966-4681 / 618-6207

You deserve the best care for your beautiful smile. Make an appointment today at Western Dental Services.

Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturdays: 9:00am - 2:00pm

We accept debit & credit cards and all major health cards.
Read more......Read less

 
 

At Western Dental, we understand that our clients need to experience comfort, professionalism and welcoming atmosphere.

We provide quality dental care for the whole fam ily and our knowledgeable and equipped staff will execute all procedures with a gentle touch.

We offer routine specialty care including:

Oral Examination
Digital X-Rays
Extractions
Fillings
Oral Surgery
Prophylaxis (Cleaning)
Gum Treatment (Deep Cleaning)
Crown & Bridge
Implant Restoration
Removable Dentures
Teeth Whitening

For your convenience we have four locations:

Montego Bay:
Suite S303
Bay West Shopping Centre
Harbour Street
Top Floor ( #2 via elevator)
Tel : 971-7525 / 618-6186

Lucea:
Central View Plaza
(Upstairs, Beside Seaview Pharmacy)
Main Street
Tel: 956-3415 / 831-0302

Savanna-la-mar:
56 Beckford Street
Tel: 955-2020 / 618-2020

Santa Cruz:
5 Jewel Close
Tel: 966-4681 / 618-6207

You deserve the best care for your beautiful smile. Make an appointment today at Western Dental Services.

Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturdays: 9:00am - 2:00pm

We accept debit & credit cards and all major health cards.
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Mair Russell & Partners was founded in 1967. Mair Russell & Partners equipped to meet the taxation needs which includes but not limited to Preparation and Filing of Companies and Individual Income Tax Returns, Preparation and Filing of General Consumption Tax Returns, Preparation of Annual Returns, Payroll Preparation, Assistance on Tax Audits and Tax Planning. Read more......Read less

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MISSION STATEMENT

The Mission of EduCom Co-operative Credit Union is to improve the quality of life of its members and their families, through the provision of personal ized financial solutions and advice
delivered by a motivated, competent and committed team of Staff and Volunteers.

VISION

In 2020, EduCom Co-operative Credit Union is member-centric, service-oriented, financially sound and technologically driven
and is the top Credit Union in Jamaica in member value, compliance and satisfaction.

AAMM and UWI Co-operative Credit Unions merged their operations on April 1, 2015 and realized the birth of EduCom Co-operative Credit Union Limited. This merger has resulted in an asset base for EduCom of $5billion and membership of approximately 27,000.The merger has resulted in some 7 branches across the island and ranks EduCom in the number 5 position among large Credit Unions.

Both credit unions shared common values and strong commitment to their memb ers. The UWI Mona and Community Co-operative Credit Union were founded in 1954 by the staff of the University of the West Indies, Mona with only two shillings and were then called University Staff College Co-operative Credit Union. The primary purpose of the Credit Union was to afford housing solutions for its members in the surrounding communities of Mountain Terrace and Nannyville Housing Scheme. The credit union before the merger served employees, students and alumni of the University of the West Indies and the University of Technology as well as their relatives. Staff and students of other institutions within neighbouring communities, staff of businesses and residents, within the neighbouring communities and their relatives were also eligible for membership at UWI Mona and Community Co-operative Credit Union.

Originally known as the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses, AAMM was conceived in 1960 as a vehicle to assist teachers to gain access to credit facilities which were difficult to obtain from more traditional financial institutions. Like the UWI Mona Co-operative Credit Union, AAMM started from humble beginnings with only One Hundred and Sixty Eight pounds in share capital. Prior to the merger AAMM served teachers and their families.

Based on the similarities of both credit unions, combining their strengths give both the opportunity, to deliver stronger financial performance and offer a wider range of financial products to an expanded membership base.

The name EduCom which seeks to identify with persons in education and surrounding communities was submitted by an AAMM member.

Like UWI and AAMM, EduCom's objective will be to continue adding value through service integrity innovation and commitment to its members.

We will continue to offer new and exciting products and services and to deliver exceptional member service and enabling the least fortunate among us to have a better future through our corporate outreac h efforts.
Read more......Read less

WAS THIS HELPFUL?
 
 

MISSION STATEMENT

The Mission of EduCom Co-operative Credit Union is to improve the quality of life of its members and their families, through the provision of personal ized financial solutions and advice
delivered by a motivated, competent and committed team of Staff and Volunteers.

VISION

In 2020, EduCom Co-operative Credit Union is member-centric, service-oriented, financially sound and technologically driven
and is the top Credit Union in Jamaica in member value, compliance and satisfaction.

AAMM and UWI Co-operative Credit Unions merged their operations on April 1, 2015 and realized the birth of EduCom Co-operative Credit Union Limited. This merger has resulted in an asset base for EduCom of $5billion and membership of approximately 27,000.The merger has resulted in some 7 branches across the island and ranks EduCom in the number 5 position among large Credit Unions.

Both credit unions shared common values and strong commitment to their memb ers. The UWI Mona and Community Co-operative Credit Union were founded in 1954 by the staff of the University of the West Indies, Mona with only two shillings and were then called University Staff College Co-operative Credit Union. The primary purpose of the Credit Union was to afford housing solutions for its members in the surrounding communities of Mountain Terrace and Nannyville Housing Scheme. The credit union before the merger served employees, students and alumni of the University of the West Indies and the University of Technology as well as their relatives. Staff and students of other institutions within neighbouring communities, staff of businesses and residents, within the neighbouring communities and their relatives were also eligible for membership at UWI Mona and Community Co-operative Credit Union.

Originally known as the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses, AAMM was conceived in 1960 as a vehicle to assist teachers to gain access to credit facilities which were difficult to obtain from more traditional financial institutions. Like the UWI Mona Co-operative Credit Union, AAMM started from humble beginnings with only One Hundred and Sixty Eight pounds in share capital. Prior to the merger AAMM served teachers and their families.

Based on the similarities of both credit unions, combining their strengths give both the opportunity, to deliver stronger financial performance and offer a wider range of financial products to an expanded membership base.

The name EduCom which seeks to identify with persons in education and surrounding communities was submitted by an AAMM member.

Like UWI and AAMM, EduCom's objective will be to continue adding value through service integrity innovation and commitment to its members.

We will continue to offer new and exciting products and services and to deliver exceptional member service and enabling the least fortunate among us to have a better future through our corporate outreac h efforts.
Read more......Read less

WAS THIS HELPFUL?
 
 

MISSION STATEMENT

The Mission of EduCom Co-operative Credit Union is to improve the quality of life of its members and their families, through the provision of personal ized financial solutions and advice
delivered by a motivated, competent and committed team of Staff and Volunteers.

VISION

In 2020, EduCom Co-operative Credit Union is member-centric, service-oriented, financially sound and technologically driven
and is the top Credit Union in Jamaica in member value, compliance and satisfaction.

AAMM and UWI Co-operative Credit Unions merged their operations on April 1, 2015 and realized the birth of EduCom Co-operative Credit Union Limited. This merger has resulted in an asset base for EduCom of $5billion and membership of approximately 27,000.The merger has resulted in some 7 branches across the island and ranks EduCom in the number 5 position among large Credit Unions.

Both credit unions shared common values and strong commitment to their memb ers. The UWI Mona and Community Co-operative Credit Union were founded in 1954 by the staff of the University of the West Indies, Mona with only two shillings and were then called University Staff College Co-operative Credit Union. The primary purpose of the Credit Union was to afford housing solutions for its members in the surrounding communities of Mountain Terrace and Nannyville Housing Scheme. The credit union before the merger served employees, students and alumni of the University of the West Indies and the University of Technology as well as their relatives. Staff and students of other institutions within neighbouring communities, staff of businesses and residents, within the neighbouring communities and their relatives were also eligible for membership at UWI Mona and Community Co-operative Credit Union.

Originally known as the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses, AAMM was conceived in 1960 as a vehicle to assist teachers to gain access to credit facilities which were difficult to obtain from more traditional financial institutions. Like the UWI Mona Co-operative Credit Union, AAMM started from humble beginnings with only One Hundred and Sixty Eight pounds in share capital. Prior to the merger AAMM served teachers and their families.

Based on the similarities of both credit unions, combining their strengths give both the opportunity, to deliver stronger financial performance and offer a wider range of financial products to an expanded membership base.

The name EduCom which seeks to identify with persons in education and surrounding communities was submitted by an AAMM member.

Like UWI and AAMM, EduCom's objective will be to continue adding value through service integrity innovation and commitment to its members.

We will continue to offer new and exciting products and services and to deliver exceptional member service and enabling the least fortunate among us to have a better future through our corporate outreac h efforts.
Read more......Read less

WAS THIS HELPFUL?
 
 

MISSION STATEMENT

The Mission of EduCom Co-operative Credit Union is to improve the quality of life of its members and their families, through the provision of personal ized financial solutions and advice
delivered by a motivated, competent and committed team of Staff and Volunteers.

VISION

In 2020, EduCom Co-operative Credit Union is member-centric, service-oriented, financially sound and technologically driven
and is the top Credit Union in Jamaica in member value, compliance and satisfaction.

AAMM and UWI Co-operative Credit Unions merged their operations on April 1, 2015 and realized the birth of EduCom Co-operative Credit Union Limited. This merger has resulted in an asset base for EduCom of $5billion and membership of approximately 27,000.The merger has resulted in some 7 branches across the island and ranks EduCom in the number 5 position among large Credit Unions.

Both credit unions shared common values and strong commitment to their memb ers. The UWI Mona and Community Co-operative Credit Union were founded in 1954 by the staff of the University of the West Indies, Mona with only two shillings and were then called University Staff College Co-operative Credit Union. The primary purpose of the Credit Union was to afford housing solutions for its members in the surrounding communities of Mountain Terrace and Nannyville Housing Scheme. The credit union before the merger served employees, students and alumni of the University of the West Indies and the University of Technology as well as their relatives. Staff and students of other institutions within neighbouring communities, staff of businesses and residents, within the neighbouring communities and their relatives were also eligible for membership at UWI Mona and Community Co-operative Credit Union.

Originally known as the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses, AAMM was conceived in 1960 as a vehicle to assist teachers to gain access to credit facilities which were difficult to obtain from more traditional financial institutions. Like the UWI Mona Co-operative Credit Union, AAMM started from humble beginnings with only One Hundred and Sixty Eight pounds in share capital. Prior to the merger AAMM served teachers and their families.

Based on the similarities of both credit unions, combining their strengths give both the opportunity, to deliver stronger financial performance and offer a wider range of financial products to an expanded membership base.

The name EduCom which seeks to identify with persons in education and surrounding communities was submitted by an AAMM member.

Like UWI and AAMM, EduCom's objective will be to continue adding value through service integrity innovation and commitment to its members.

We will continue to offer new and exciting products and services and to deliver exceptional member service and enabling the least fortunate among us to have a better future through our corporate outreac h efforts.
Read more......Read less

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