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Portmore Community College was founded on 5th of February 1992. The College is a government-owned educational institution governed by a board of management, under the jurisdic tion of the Ministry of education.

The Campus
Portmore Community College is located in Portmore and Old Harbour St. Catherine. Its main campus is located on the shared HEART/NTA complex in Portsmouth, Portmore. The campus cover approximately 15 acres and houses over 30 classrooms, 3 computer labs, library, science laboratories and other sports and recreational facilities. The Old Harbour campus is located on Main Street Old Harbour, it occupies 5 acres and houses 13 classrooms and, laboratories, library and other amenities.

Student Life & Culture

At PCC students work hard and play hard. You will learn inside the classroom as well as outside the classroom. Outside the classroom is where you will learn most of life’s important lessons about collaboration, negotiation, leadership, empathy, joy ful curiosity and how to have a good time while you excel academically. PCC’s students union runs an incredible variety of student groups - more than 10 in total. Among PCC's many groups, you'll certainly find the group that fits you: track team, UCCF, Circle K club, Choir, Dance and much more.

Facilities

Computer facilities - PCC computing environment supports a rich array of technologies and information resources for academic and administrative use. Information technology services are provided by many different organisations working collaboratively with the College. The institution has its dedicated IT staff, email system, servers and campus networks. Help-desk and ICT sub services are provided as a part of the Computer Department of the College. Other computer services include PCCNet (the campus wireless network), the computer labs, cyber centre, technology room and the on-campus telephone system, co-location services for high-performance research computers, and a vari ety of support services.

Libraries - The college has two libraries across both campuses. Its collections consist of over 3000 volumes of print material for the fields of Engineering, Science, Business, Architecture and Computing. There is also the Institute Archives, which collects records, Gleaner publications, technical reports, and the personal papers of faculty members.

Online Course Delivery (OCD). - PCC Online Course Delivery makes courses materials used by students available on the web, free of charge, to any student anywhere in the world. OCD is a large-scale, web-based publication of course materials. Educators are encouraged to use materials for curriculum development, and student self-learners may draw on materials for supplementary use. OCD is online at http://pcc.edu.jm/programs.

Science Laboratories - Portmore Community College boasts two contemporary science lab facilities one on each campus. The science labs cater to all facets of the sciences and a re used by CAPE, CSEC, Engineering Science, architectural students. The Science labs are outfitted with all the necessary equipment and resources that enables science students to successfully carry out research and experiments as required by the programme. Science lab technician are at hand at both campuses to provide technical assistance to both student and lecturers.

Food Preparation Lab - The College has its food preparation lab base in Old Harbour that serves the Hospitality Entertainment and Tourism Management program offered only at the Old Harbour campus. The laboratory is equipped with industry standard equipment in addition to all safety requirement sanction by the parish council.

Bachelors Degree Programmes;Diploma Programmes;Associate Degree Programmes;Certificate Programmes; Modular/Short Courses
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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 fulfil 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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Factories Corporation of Jamaica Ltd. was incorporated in 1987 to implement the Government’s Emergency Factory Building Programme. Under this programme approximately 92,903 sq. m. (1 million sq. ft.) of Factory space was built. With the phasing out of the Jamaica Industrial Development Corporation (JIDC) in 1989 it was decided that FCJ’s role should be expanded to include the management of the properties that were under the JIDC’s control.

When the company commenced operation in 1988, approximately 75% of its tenants were engaged in the Garment Industry. Following the downturn in garment manufacturing towards the end of the 1990’s, a significant number of tenants began pursuing other manufacturing and commercial activities.

With the prospects that the Information & Communication Technology (ICT) Industry now holds, the organization embarked on an expansion of space in recent years, to serve the growing area of information technology. FCJ owns approximately 174,953 sq. m. (1,879, 917.37 sq. ft). of rentable space of which 13,199 sq. m. (142,021 sq. ft.) is earmarked for use in the ICT Industry, however the expansion of additional space for use in this industry is under way.

Locations

FCJ has forty-six industrial sites at various strategic locations in eleven (11) parishes throughout the island. The main locations are in Kingston, St. James, St. Catherine and St. Thomas.

Factories Corporation Jamaica is the government agency that has primary responsibility for the development and management of industrial and commercial space in the public sector. The Company is in the business of leasing and managing industrial, commercial and office spaces to investors.

Our Mission

“To satisfy customer needs and enhance national development by providing quality industrial and commercial space profitably.”

Our Vission

“To be a financially strong dominant provider of industrial and commercial space, possessing an empowered staff complement that is customer focused.”

Factories Corporation Jamaica is the government agency that has primary responsibility for the development and management of industrial and commercial space in the public sector. The Company is in the business of leasing and managing industrial, commercial and office spaces to investors.
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Portmore Community College was founded on 5th of February 1992. The College is a government-owned educational institution governed by a board of management, under the jurisdic tion of the Ministry of education.

The Campus
Portmore Community College is located in Portmore and Old Harbour St. Catherine. Its main campus is located on the shared HEART/NTA complex in Portsmouth, Portmore. The campus cover approximately 15 acres and houses over 30 classrooms, 3 computer labs, library, science laboratories and other sports and recreational facilities. The Old Harbour campus is located on Main Street Old Harbour, it occupies 5 acres and houses 13 classrooms and, laboratories, library and other amenities.

Student Life & Culture

At PCC students work hard and play hard. You will learn inside the classroom as well as outside the classroom. Outside the classroom is where you will learn most of life’s important lessons about collaboration, negotiation, leadership, empathy, joy ful curiosity and how to have a good time while you excel academically. PCC’s students union runs an incredible variety of student groups - more than 10 in total. Among PCC's many groups, you'll certainly find the group that fits you: track team, UCCF, Circle K club, Choir, Dance and much more.

Facilities

Computer facilities - PCC computing environment supports a rich array of technologies and information resources for academic and administrative use. Information technology services are provided by many different organisations working collaboratively with the College. The institution has its dedicated IT staff, email system, servers and campus networks. Help-desk and ICT sub services are provided as a part of the Computer Department of the College. Other computer services include PCCNet (the campus wireless network), the computer labs, cyber centre, technology room and the on-campus telephone system, co-location services for high-performance research computers, and a vari ety of support services.

Libraries - The college has two libraries across both campuses. Its collections consist of over 3000 volumes of print material for the fields of Engineering, Science, Business, Architecture and Computing. There is also the Institute Archives, which collects records, Gleaner publications, technical reports, and the personal papers of faculty members.

Online Course Delivery (OCD). - PCC Online Course Delivery makes courses materials used by students available on the web, free of charge, to any student anywhere in the world. OCD is a large-scale, web-based publication of course materials. Educators are encouraged to use materials for curriculum development, and student self-learners may draw on materials for supplementary use. OCD is online at http://pcc.edu.jm/programs.

Science Laboratories - Portmore Community College boasts two contemporary science lab facilities one on each campus. The science labs cater to all facets of the sciences and a re used by CAPE, CSEC, Engineering Science, architectural students. The Science labs are outfitted with all the necessary equipment and resources that enables science students to successfully carry out research and experiments as required by the programme. Science lab technician are at hand at both campuses to provide technical assistance to both student and lecturers.

Food Preparation Lab - The College has its food preparation lab base in Old Harbour that serves the Hospitality Entertainment and Tourism Management program offered only at the Old Harbour campus. The laboratory is equipped with industry standard equipment in addition to all safety requirement sanction by the parish council.

Bachelors Degree Programmes;Diploma Programmes;Associate Degree Programmes;Certificate Programmes; Modular/Short Courses
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Factories Corporation of Jamaica Ltd. was incorporated in 1987 to implement the Government’s Emergency Factory Building Programme. Under this programme approximately 92,903 sq. m. (1 million sq. ft.) of Factory space was built. With the phasing out of the Jamaica Industrial Development Corporation (JIDC) in 1989 it was decided that FCJ’s role should be expanded to include the management of the properties that were under the JIDC’s control.

When the company commenced operation in 1988, approximately 75% of its tenants were engaged in the Garment Industry. Following the downturn in garment manufacturing towards the end of the 1990’s, a significant number of tenants began pursuing other manufacturing and commercial activities.

With the prospects that the Information & Communication Technology (ICT) Industry now holds, the organization embarked on an expansion of space in recent years, to serve the growing area of information technology. FCJ owns approximately 174,953 sq. m. (1,879, 917.37 sq. ft). of rentable space of which 13,199 sq. m. (142,021 sq. ft.) is earmarked for use in the ICT Industry, however the expansion of additional space for use in this industry is under way.

Locations

FCJ has forty-six industrial sites at various strategic locations in eleven (11) parishes throughout the island. The main locations are in Kingston, St. James, St. Catherine and St. Thomas.

Factories Corporation Jamaica is the government agency that has primary responsibility for the development and management of industrial and commercial space in the public sector. The Company is in the business of leasing and managing industrial, commercial and office spaces to investors.

Our Mission

“To satisfy customer needs and enhance national development by providing quality industrial and commercial space profitably.”

Our Vission

“To be a financially strong dominant provider of industrial and commercial space, possessing an empowered staff complement that is customer focused.”

Factories Corporation Jamaica is the government agency that has primary responsibility for the development and management of industrial and commercial space in the public sector. The Company is in the business of leasing and managing industrial, commercial and office spaces to investors.
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In the majestic Blue Mountains of Jamaica grows the world’s finest coffee. At elevations higher than 2,000 feet above sea level, the rich soil and continuous rainfall combin e to create conditions perfect for cultivating the world’s most distinguished brews, Wallenford® Jamaica Blue Mountain® Coffee. Famous for its rarity, perfect flavour, intense aroma and balanced taste, this unique coffee soothes the spirit and satisfies the soul.

Matthew Wallen, a Captain in the British Navy, sailed into Jamaica in 1746 and, soon after, pursued his greater passion as a Botanist. Dedicated to his craft, he recorded over 400 varieties of ferns and grew coffee in the Blue Mountains. In this area, the home of Wallenford® Farm, dedicated farmers have cultivated Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee for over 250 years. The Wallenford® Coffee Company is one of the major exporters of both the Jamaica Blue Mountain® and the Jamaica High Mountain® coffee in the country. The company offers a complete line of roa sted coffee products for the local and international markets.

OUR FARMS & PULPERIES

Wallenford® Coffee Company has historically been the largest cultivator of Jamaica Blue Mountain® and Jamaica High Mountain Coffee in the island. The company controls approximately 5,000 acres of Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee land and our operations span two parishes within the Blue Mountains, namely St. Andrew and Portland and three parishes within the High Mountain regions namely Clarendon, St. Catherine and St. James.

The company also owns pulping factories within both regions which carry out the first stage of coffee processing. At these facilities, the beans are washed and removed from the skin (pulp) and are then loaded in trucks, which are transported to our Tarentum Drying & Finishing Works Plant located in the parish of Clarendon. At Tarentum, the beans are dried, hulled, graded, sorted, hand picked and packaged.

Wallenford® prides itself on its farming and production practices which are driven by our mantra of “doing well and doing good.” We work closely with farmers and provide support to their farms, and the surrounding communities. We provide infrastructure as well as inputs to help them cultivate a crop that is profitable for them and can support their families. We also adopt schools in the Coffee growing areas and have provided everything from new kitchens, to internet, to computers and tablets. The result has been a constant improvement in the quality and taste of the coffee that we produce and a strong relationship between Wallenford ® and the coffee communities of Jamaica.

JAMAICA BLUE MOUNTAIN COFFEE

At the eastern end of the island of Jamaica is a majestic range of mountains known as the Blue Mountains and only coffee grown in this precise geographic region is certified 100% Jamaica Blue Mountain® . The brand is a global protected certification mark, meaning only coffee certified by the Coffee Industry Board of Jamaica can be labeled as such.

Arabica Typica is the dominant variety of coffee planted in Jamaica with almost 90% of farmers cultivating the variety. The Arabica Typica is a low yielding variety, but it produces the highest cup qualifications noted for its mild flavour and smoothness. Over the last several decades, the Jamaica Blue Mountain® coffee has developed a reputation that has made it one of the most expensive and sought after coffees in the world.

The Blue Mountains area spans four of Jamaica’s parishes, St. Andrew to south, Portland to the north, St. Mary to the west and St. Thomas to the east. Arising 2,300 meteres (7,500ft) they are some of the highest mountains in the Caribbean. The climate of the region is cool, misty with high rainfall and generous cloud cover. The soil is rich, with excellent drainage.

HISTORY OF COFFEE IN JAMAICA

It was in 1728 that Sir Nicholas Lawes the then Governor of Jamaica imported coffee into an island from Martinique. The cou ntry was ideal for coffee cultivation and nine years after its introduction 83,000 lbs. of coffee was exported. Between 1728 and 1768, the coffee industry developed largely in the lower mountain ranges of St. Andrew, but gradually the cultivation extended into the higher elevations of the Blue Mountains. Since then, the industry has experienced many rises and falls, with some farmers abandoning coffee for livestock and other crops.

In order to save the industry legislation was passed in 1891 to provide instructions in the art of cultivation and curing coffee by sending to certain districts, competent instructors. Efforts were made to increase the production of coffee and to establish a Central Coffee Factory for processing and grading. In 1944 the Government established a Central Coffee Clearing House, where all coffee for export had to be delivered for cleaning and grading. Improvement in the quality of Jamaica's coffee export was underway. In June 1950 the Coffee Industry Board was established to officially raise and maintain the quality of coffee exported from the island.
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Little Thinkers Daycare and Kindergarten started operation in August, 2000, by the creative mind of Ms. Shereen Jacks offering nursery, preschool and aftercare in Spanish Town , St Catherine.

The school started with only two (2) babies in the Nursery and two (2) staff members. It then grew to ten (10) students in the following term, and that was the official start of the blessing that God had for the community of Eltham Acres.

The goal of this institution is to bring about transformative learning that will inspire and empower students to become functional beings in society. With God at the head the school is able to accomplish this and more, especially in enhancing the spiritual development of our children.

Some of the services offered include but limited to:

Before-care
Aftercare
Daycare
Saturday-care
Nursery
Preschool
Kindergarten
Extra Lessons (including Saturdays) for children (ages 8-12)
Transportation
Extracurricular Activities

Guided and driven by these principles we were lead to open our second Daycare and Kindergarten on Beechwood Ave, in Kingston, on the property of the Jamaica Observer.

The leadership of the school is extremely passionate about helping our students strive towards high standards.

Ultimately, our children will be: empowered to take responsibility for their actions, inspired with courage to grow spiritually and intellectually, cultivated with curiosity, provided with opportunities to develop relationships and most importantly to determine right from wrong.

Call us to today and schedule a tour!
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Delroy Chuck is a Jamaican lawyer, journalist and politician. He is currently the Member of Parliament (MP) for the constituency of Saint Andrew North Eastern and the Oppositi on Spokesman on Justice. Chuck previously served as the Minister of Justice from 2011 to 2012 and as the Speaker of the House of Representatives from 2007 to 2011. He joined the Jamaica Labour Party in 1995 and first contested St. Andrew North East seat in 1997, an election in which he was victorious. He has held his seat ever since and won his fourth term in Parliament in 2011.

Of Hakka ancestry, [1] Delroy Chuck’s birthplace is Christiana in the parish of Manchester but he grew up in Clarendon. He attended the Ritchies Primary School, Clarendon from 1955-1962 where he was successful in his Common Entrance Examination. He attended Kingston College from 1962-1969. During his tenure at Kingston College he served as Deputy Head Boy, President of Interact Club and was an active member of the Chess and Lawn Ten nis clubs and represented his school in both sports. He left Kingston College with five ‘A’ levels and a scholarship to the University of the West Indies, where he earned a B.Sc. (Hons) in special Mathematics. In 1972, Mr. Chuck was elected the 1973 Jamaica’s Rhodes Scholar and attended St. Catherine’s College, Oxford from 1973-1976 where he studied Law and graduated with a B.A. in Jurisprudence and a Bachelor of Civil Law degree.
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Delroy Chuck is a Jamaican lawyer, journalist and politician. He is currently the Member of Parliament (MP) for the constituency of Saint Andrew North Eastern and the Oppositi on Spokesman on Justice. Chuck previously served as the Minister of Justice from 2011 to 2012 and as the Speaker of the House of Representatives from 2007 to 2011. He joined the Jamaica Labour Party in 1995 and first contested St. Andrew North East seat in 1997, an election in which he was victorious. He has held his seat ever since and won his fourth term in Parliament in 2011.

Of Hakka ancestry, [1] Delroy Chuck’s birthplace is Christiana in the parish of Manchester but he grew up in Clarendon. He attended the Ritchies Primary School, Clarendon from 1955-1962 where he was successful in his Common Entrance Examination. He attended Kingston College from 1962-1969. During his tenure at Kingston College he served as Deputy Head Boy, President of Interact Club and was an active member of the Chess and Lawn Ten nis clubs and represented his school in both sports. He left Kingston College with five ‘A’ levels and a scholarship to the University of the West Indies, where he earned a B.Sc. (Hons) in special Mathematics. In 1972, Mr. Chuck was elected the 1973 Jamaica’s Rhodes Scholar and attended St. Catherine’s College, Oxford from 1973-1976 where he studied Law and graduated with a B.A. in Jurisprudence and a Bachelor of Civil Law degree.
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Delroy Chuck is a Jamaican lawyer, journalist and politician. He is currently the Member of Parliament (MP) for the constituency of Saint Andrew North Eastern and the Oppositi on Spokesman on Justice. Chuck previously served as the Minister of Justice from 2011 to 2012 and as the Speaker of the House of Representatives from 2007 to 2011. He joined the Jamaica Labour Party in 1995 and first contested St. Andrew North East seat in 1997, an election in which he was victorious. He has held his seat ever since and won his fourth term in Parliament in 2011.

Of Hakka ancestry, [1] Delroy Chuck’s birthplace is Christiana in the parish of Manchester but he grew up in Clarendon. He attended the Ritchies Primary School, Clarendon from 1955-1962 where he was successful in his Common Entrance Examination. He attended Kingston College from 1962-1969. During his tenure at Kingston College he served as Deputy Head Boy, President of Interact Club and was an active member of the Chess and Lawn Ten nis clubs and represented his school in both sports. He left Kingston College with five ‘A’ levels and a scholarship to the University of the West Indies, where he earned a B.Sc. (Hons) in special Mathematics. In 1972, Mr. Chuck was elected the 1973 Jamaica’s Rhodes Scholar and attended St. Catherine’s College, Oxford from 1973-1976 where he studied Law and graduated with a B.A. in Jurisprudence and a Bachelor of Civil Law degree.
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Delroy Chuck is a Jamaican lawyer, journalist and politician. He is currently the Member of Parliament (MP) for the constituency of Saint Andrew North Eastern and the Oppositi on Spokesman on Justice. Chuck previously served as the Minister of Justice from 2011 to 2012 and as the Speaker of the House of Representatives from 2007 to 2011. He joined the Jamaica Labour Party in 1995 and first contested St. Andrew North East seat in 1997, an election in which he was victorious. He has held his seat ever since and won his fourth term in Parliament in 2011.

Of Hakka ancestry, [1] Delroy Chuck’s birthplace is Christiana in the parish of Manchester but he grew up in Clarendon. He attended the Ritchies Primary School, Clarendon from 1955-1962 where he was successful in his Common Entrance Examination. He attended Kingston College from 1962-1969. During his tenure at Kingston College he served as Deputy Head Boy, President of Interact Club and was an active member of the Chess and Lawn Ten nis clubs and represented his school in both sports. He left Kingston College with five ‘A’ levels and a scholarship to the University of the West Indies, where he earned a B.Sc. (Hons) in special Mathematics. In 1972, Mr. Chuck was elected the 1973 Jamaica’s Rhodes Scholar and attended St. Catherine’s College, Oxford from 1973-1976 where he studied Law and graduated with a B.A. in Jurisprudence and a Bachelor of Civil Law degree.
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Caymanas Park rests on a property of 196 acres. The land and buildings are owned by CTL. The Company has sole responsibility for the promotion of horseracing, and the running of pari-mutuel pools thereon. CTL promotes approximately 900 'On Track' races per annum.

CTL offers excellent exposure for the advertising dollar - utilising a mix of television, press and radio. CTL reaches out to the needs of customers by providing easy access for betting at any of the 62 parlours island wide. CTL also offers through its Simulcast system approximately 10,500 overseas races per annum.

The Off Track Betting parlours operate based on a Franchise Agreement from CTL they are opened six days a week except for Sundays, and offer race-by-race wagering on local racing every Saturday and most Wednesday and Public Holidays, as well as Simulcast races 'live' from racetracks in the United States, Australia and Britain.

Caymanas Kiddies Stable

The Kiddies Stable is a fun place to b e, children age 4-10 play games, ride pony, get their faces painted by a clown, jump in the bounce-a-bout, go from swing to slides and them relax in the mini library and read or play card games. The Kiddies Stable is managed by staff members and uses a resource bank of caregivers depending on the number of children. They are fed and cared for from 1:00pm until 5:00pm on sponsored race days. A contribution of $150.00JA is asked for upon entry.

Caymanas Track Ltd. is regulated by the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Commission and The Jamaica Racing Commission.

Kiddies Stable - a place for Children to have fun
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Worthy Park Estate Ltd in the parish of St. Catherine is 1,200 feet above sea level in a valley known as the Vale of Lluidas and is surrounded by mountains.

The Estate is located in the geographical centre of the island of Jamaica, approximately forty miles by road to the north west of the capital, Kingston and twenty eight miles due south of Ocho Rios, the major tourist centre of Jamaica.

The name Worthy Park was patented in 1670 - this land was given to a Lieutenant Francis Price for his services to Cromwell during the English invasion and ultimate capture of Jamaica from the Spanish in 1655. The commercial production of cane and sugar began fifty years hereafter in 1720 and the production of cane and sugar continues in every year to the present day.

The production of rum ceased in the 1950's under agreement with the Spirits Pool Association of Jamaica to curtail the over production of Jamaican Rum which occurred in the years following World War II. Since 1670 Wo rthy Park has been owned by three families, including the present proprietors. The Clarke Family acquired the Estate in 1918. Since the time of acquisition by the Clarkes, the Estate has remained private and has always been owner-operated and managed.

Currently Worthy Park is 3,600 hectares, mills 210,000 tonnes of cane annually, of which 90,000 tonnes are produced by the Estate (the remainder purchased from Farmers) with an average annual sugar production of 24,000 tonnes and 7,000 tonnes of molasses. On the agricultural side, the Estate produces sugar cane at 83 tonnes per hectare and 10 tonnes of sugar per hectare.

The Worthy Park Sugar Factory's efficiency has been rated No.1 in Jamaica every year since 1968.

Rum-Bar Rum:-

Rum-Bar Rum is Jamaica's premium White Over-proof Rum, Worthy Gold - In Early 2010, Worthy Park Estate added to its repertoire Worthy Gold , a premium combination of aged rums that have been hand-blended to perfection, Rum-Bar Rum Cre am:-

Rum-Bar Rum Cream is the latest addition to our product portfolio, it is made with our premium Rum-Bar white overproof rum and real cream as the main ingredient, Rum-Bar Vodka:-

Rum-Bar Vodka is produced to be crisp, clean, and neutral with a focus on the drinking experience, vibe and flavor delivery
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C&R Rentals boasts almost two decades in the party rental business, and has garnered a reputation for efficient service and flexibility in the parish of St Catherine and adjoi ning communities. We supply a wide range of items needed for event planning to accommodate for large functions as well as small gatherings.

With its head offices in the central commercial district of Greendale, Spanish Town, C&R Rentals offers prompt and reliable delivery service to customers. Warm customer service and dependability has contributed to our host of satisfied repeat customers.

Excellent delivery service;Over 15 years experience
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Caymanas Park rests on a property of 196 acres. The land and buildings are owned by CTL. The Company has sole responsibility for the promotion of horseracing, and the running of pari-mutuel pools thereon. CTL promotes approximately 900 'On Track' races per annum.

CTL offers excellent exposure for the advertising dollar - utilising a mix of television, press and radio. CTL reaches out to the needs of customers by providing easy access for betting at any of the 62 parlours island wide. CTL also offers through its Simulcast system approximately 10,500 overseas races per annum.

The Off Track Betting parlours operate based on a Franchise Agreement from CTL they are opened six days a week except for Sundays, and offer race-by-race wagering on local racing every Saturday and most Wednesday and Public Holidays, as well as Simulcast races 'live' from racetracks in the United States, Australia and Britain.

Caymanas Kiddies Stable

The Kiddies Stable is a fun place to b e, children age 4-10 play games, ride pony, get their faces painted by a clown, jump in the bounce-a-bout, go from swing to slides and them relax in the mini library and read or play card games. The Kiddies Stable is managed by staff members and uses a resource bank of caregivers depending on the number of children. They are fed and cared for from 1:00pm until 5:00pm on sponsored race days. A contribution of $150.00JA is asked for upon entry.

Caymanas Track Ltd. is regulated by the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Commission and The Jamaica Racing Commission.

Kiddies Stable - a place for Children to have fun
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Our mission statement:

To provide the highest quality financial service in the most effective and efficient manner, to improve our product aimed at benefiting all our e mployees, customers, and the communities in which we operate

. The company has branches in the parishes of St. Catherine, May Pen, Kingston and Manchester and we plan on expanding to other parishes. It is our aim to reach the Fourteen (14) parishes of this beautiful Island to assist Jamaicans in need.

We offer loans for all purposes such as:

Emergencies
Car Loans
School Fees
Medical Expenses
Motor Vehicles Repair
Home Improvement
Business Improvement
Vacation
Funeral Expenses
Pay Day Expenses, etc.
Fast Approval, Competitive Interest Rate, No Collateral, No Guarantor
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Established in 1986, H.D.B. Construction Limited has earned a reputation as being one of the most successful and well respected privately-owned contracting company on the isla nd. Located in Greendale, Spanish Town in the Parish of St Catherine, Jamaica, we have completed a wide range of projects throughout the island since we began operations.

We specialise in General Building Construction, Civil Engineering works, Drainage and Road works. The categories of projects we build varied, to include, but not limited to, Private and Public Housing, Factories, Offices, Schools, Health Care Facilities And Public Buildings, Civil Engineering And Infrastructure Projects. We have notably built hundreds of housing units, and supervised the construction of millions of square footage throughout our history.

Our team of construction professionals offers a single-source solution for all of your construction-related needs. Whether it is a restoration, site preparation, a new facility or renovation, we have the experience and personnel to provide the highest quality construction on schedule and within budget.

We are registered and rated as a Grade 1 Building and Civil Engineering Contractor with the National Contracts Commission and also a member of the Incorporated Master Builders Association of Jamaica and Professional Engineers Registration Board.
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Born out of a desire and vision to provide eastern Jamaica with high quality, low priced cleaning products, while providing much needed employment for the youth, Nu-Winds Indu stries Limited commenced manufacturing and distribution operations in Morant Bay, St. Thomas, in September 2013. During this short period we have become one of the largest cleaning chemical manufacturers in the parish and a significant player in the industry.

Our distribution network has since expanded to include Kingston, St. Andrew and St. Catherine. In short measure we will expand our reach to other parishes, introducing our wide range of products that easterners have come to love and trust.

Nu-Winds have a team of very experienced, committed professionals, each with over 20 years’ experience in consumer and industrial products manufacturing, distribution and marketing of local and multi-national brands.

We obsess with ensuring that we deliver the greatest customer experience, as each produ ct is created based on market/consumer demand, and our service delivery is reflective of our passion for excellence.

Our products are manufactured to international specifications, so our customers are assured that our products will perform as expected, every time. As manufacturers, we are able to create products to your specific needs, so please feel free to discuss this option with us.

Our team awaits your contact and looks forward to providing you with great products, at competitive prices and excellent service.
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Jamaica Energy Partners (JEP) are an Independent Power Provider (IPP) that began commercial operations in October 1995, through its ownership of the Doctor Bird Power Plant. T his Plant encompasses the company's production facilities and is located in Old Harbour Bay, in the parish of St. Catherine.

The initial net electrical output was 74.2MW generated by eight reciprocating engine, generating sets on one barge. The company's generating capacity was expanded in March 2006 with the addition of three generating units totalling 50.2MW on a second barge, which is located approximately 300 yards from the original. This brought the total present net electricity capacity to 124.4MW generated by eleven generating sets, located on two floating barges.

JEP, over the last seventeen years, has established an enviable track record of reliability and efficiency. Today, JEP is the largest IPP and produces almost 20% of the electrical energy on the Island's Power Grid.
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Search with the last 7 digits of a phone number to find a specific listing
Search with the last 4 digits of a phone number to view all listings with phone numbers containing that portion

Find a Government Office

Government Office Search Tips
Enter a keywork like education, health, police
For full office, try the formal office or ministry name (e.g. Ministry of National Security)
If the department name is hyphenated, try searching without the hyphen

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