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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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Island Products Manufacturing Company Limited (formerly Island Laundry Products Limited) is the pioneer of Bulk Chemicals Sales in Jamaica. The company was started out of a desire by its founder and Managing Director, E. Barry Martin, to ensure that cleaning and sanitising household chemicals became affordable to all Jamaican irrespective of their financial status.

Since packaging represents a significant portion of pricing, the company encouraged the recycling of plastic containers. Customers have been realising real savings by simply reusing their plastic containers, having to pay only for the product and not the packaging.

Incorporated in 1995 the company has been engaged in manufacturing a wide range of household and industrial chemicals, which includes bleach, polishes and sanitising agents. In 2005, our product range was extended to include swimming pool and sewage treatment plant maintenance products, in 2007 private contract packaging for Bleach and in 2009 Bath Soap and Bar Washing Soap.

Our mission here at Island Product Manufacturing Co. Ltd. is: To make good quality cleaning and sanitising household chemicals affordable to all, irrespective of their financial status, while enhancing the profitability of the company .

Since inception, operation has been located at 2b Ken Hill Drive, Kingston 20, Jamaica with an additional distribution Branch at Lot #9 Salt Spring Main Road, Montego Bay, St. James since April 2000.

Our products are marketed/distributed island-wide to wholesalers and retailers and to a number of major Corporations. There is also a Retail Sales Outlet located at our Kingston facility where consumers can purchase directly and experience tremendous savings.

Deliveries are made to all fourteen (14) parishes on a weekly basis.

At present, Fifty (50) persons are employed in the company, which comprise of both Administrative and Technical staff. All our key personnel have been with the company in excess of Ten (10) years
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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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The CMI is a dynamic ISO 9001:2008 certified institution and the Regions Centre of Excellence for tertiary maritime, logistics, engineering training, research and consultancy. It is a corporate body established under the Jamaica Maritime Institute’s (JMI) Act of 1992 and operates under the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing. The institution is proactive in identifying the needs of the market (locally, regionally and internationally) and seeks to expand its programme offerings in “oepari pasu with the expansion of market demand.

The history and growth of the Institution over the years demonstrate an intimate connection with the needs of the international shipping industry. From just two programmes at its inauguration in 1980 and 30 students, the Institute has grown to become the tertiary centre of excellence in the region, offering over 16 programmes including Masters and Bachelor Degrees and a multiplicity of demand driven customized programmes.

In recognition of t he diversity of the technical and academic competencies within the Institute and in the interest of good governance and accountability, the CMI is organised into three Schools Marine and Professional studies, Academics and Advanced Skills.

The Marine and Professional School focuses on the core seafarers Standard of Training Certification and Watch Keeping Convention (STCW 95), IMO courses leading up to the level of captain, chief engineer and chief mate. The Academic School manages the Associate Degrees, Diplomas, Bachelors and Masters Degrees and spearheads general research based activities. The School of Advanced Skills concentrates on hands on competency based training to meet the needs of the growing shipping and logistics sectors including, alternative energy, engineering projects, business development, entrepreneurship and the Career Advancement Programme (CAP).

In an effort to ensure the highest standards of education and training within the three Schools, the CMI has adopted relevant quality assurance measures. The University Council of Jamaica (UCJ) provides the quality framework for the entire programme offerings of the School of Academic Studies. The offerings of the Marine and Professional Studies School are authorised by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO). With a view to ensuring quality standards of training in the Advanced Studies School, National Council on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (NCTVET) accreditation status has been attained by the Institute. The accreditation of these programmes is one bench mark of excellence that the Institute upholds.

The foremost aim of the CMI is to alleviate local unemployment and exploit the world wide acute shortage of seafarers. Indeed the Maritime Industry Analyst, Drewry Shipping Consultants have estimated a worldwide shortage of 34,000 qualified officers, against a total requirement of 498,000. Moreover, based on Drewry’s fleet growth projections and the assumpti on that officer supply will only increase at the current rate, the report predicts that by 2012, the officer shortfall will have grown to 83,000. It is within this context that the continuity of education and training for seafarers up to the management level at the CMI is of utmost importance.

The potential for growth is tremendous in this dynamic industry, especially in the area of energy and in particular, its conservation. CMI has embarked on a number of energy based projects which are managed and executed through the Institute’s Renewable Energy and Productivity Centre under the School of Advanced Skills. These projects include, but are not limited to the assembly, installation and distribution of alternative energy equipment and water purification. They facilitate training, avenues of employment, entrepreneurship, certification, innovation, safety, discipline and environmental protection - tenets which are highly promoted by the Institute.
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Source One Feeds and Agricultural Supplies is located at 2 Queen Street, Savanna-la-Mar.

We have been a distributor of Nutramix brand of animal feeds since the late 199 0s, and more recently appointed distributors for all brands of fertilisers manufactured by Newport Fersan.

At Source One Feeds, we supply all of a farmer needs: agricultural tools, feeds, water boots, insecticides, herbicides, rodenticides, pesticides, fungicides, seeds, medications, baby chicks, laying hens and poultry equipment. We also stock garden supplies, as well as small hardware items.

We also offer a very reliable delivery service covering the parish of Westmoreland, sections of Hanover and sections of St James.

Technical support is also provided for farmers by a pleasant and courteous staff, who visits farms as the need arises.

In 2013, we were the number-one distributor for Nutramix feeds, covering the parishes of St James, Hanover and Westmoreland and were presented with a p laque to honouring our achievement.

If you are looking for affordable prices, then source and a wide range of farm supplies, then Source One Feeds and Agricultural Supplies.
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The newest campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) was formally launched in Antigua & Barbuda on July 4 at the CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting in 2008.

Th e Open Campus is an amalgamation of the previous Office of the Board for Non-Campus Countries & Distance Education (BNNCDE), the School of Continuing Studies (SCS), the UWI Distance Education Centre (UWIDEC), and the Tertiary Level Institutions Unit (TLIU).

The Campus, which has nearly 50 physical site locations in 17 English-speaking Caribbean countries, offers multi-mode teaching and learning services through virtual and physical site locations across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus has developed a unique approach in the Caribbean region to enhancing the student experience in innovative continuing and professional education, undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education study programmes and courses by distance, blended, online and face-to-face learning modes.

We offer a three-ti ered registration structure to suit particular needs and educational backgrounds. The system allows our students to move and transfer within the entire University system to reach the required standard.

All of our convenient and high-quality undergraduate, graduate and continuing professional education programmes and courses, have been designed in direct response to meet the changing educational and training needs of the underserved communities across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus also works closely with our sister UWI Campuses at Cave Hill, Mona and St. Augustine to after many academic options in many key areas for Caribbean and global markets.
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Source One Feeds and Agricultural Supplies is located at 2 Queen Street, Savanna-la-Mar.

We have been a distributor of Nutramix brand of animal feeds since the late 199 0s, and more recently appointed distributors for all brands of fertilisers manufactured by Newport Fersan.

At Source One Feeds, we supply all of a farmer needs: agricultural tools, feeds, water boots, insecticides, herbicides, rodenticides, pesticides, fungicides, seeds, medications, baby chicks, laying hens and poultry equipment. We also stock garden supplies, as well as small hardware items.

We also offer a very reliable delivery service covering the parish of Westmoreland, sections of Hanover and sections of St James.

Technical support is also provided for farmers by pleasant and courteous staffs, who visit farms as the need arises.

In 2013, we were the number-one distributor for Nutramix feeds, covering the parishes of St James, Hanover and Westmoreland and were presented with a pla que to honouring our achievement.

If you are looking for affordable prices, then source and a wide range of farm supplies, then Source One Feeds and Agricultural Supplies
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Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) at the University of the West Indies, Mona (UWI) campus in Jamaica is the premier Business School in the Caribbean, producing gra duates that are ready to make an impactful contribution to Caribbean development. Through its innovative research and contribution to social and economic policy formation, and harnessing the power of new technologies, MSBM is actively engaged in addressing the critical priorities of the nation and the wider Caribbean region.

Our mission is “To be a solution-oriented school of business and management which produces internationally competent and capable professionals and leaders through teaching, research and service.”

MSBM offers both undergraduate and post graduate education, and boasts an Association of MBAs (AMBA) accredited MBA programme. The School complements its unique academic programmes with cutting edge consultancy services and public policy research, the principal business objective being to provide decision makers with expert advice for handling their most critical strategic issues.

• Premier Business School in the Caribbean
• Listed among the top 1000 business schools in the world
• Internationally accredited MBA programme
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Serving Jamaica since 1996 Jamaica Citadel Insurance Brokers Ltd provides excellent service in coverage for your property, accident liability and employee benefits. Types of i nsurance offered includes bonds insurance, travelers insurance, home owners insurance, business interruption insurance, goods in transit insurance and more. We are located in the parishes of St Ann, Hanover and Westmoreland and St James. Visit us today. Read more......Read less

 
 

Radiology West established in 1999 as a well needed private diagnostic centre for the western region, Montego Bay and neighbouring parishes. We ensure patient satisfaction thr ough delivering quality service through our team of trained, skilled technicians and customer service personnel. Our staff utilizes their expertise to meet the needs of our patients, allowing us to deliver affordable patient care to Jamaicans and visitors alike with our State of the Art equipment.

Radiology West offers Computed Tomography (CT) Scan, Fluoroscopy, Radiography, Digital Mammogram studies, Ultrasound, Interventional studies, We also offer real time reports within 2-3 hours

As best as possible, please call for an appointment

Radiology West began serving Jamaica in October 1999. Founded by Drs. Konrad Kirlew and Welsford Sinclair, it was established as a well needed private diagnostic centre for the western region, in and around Montego Bay.

Radiology West ensures patient sati sfaction through delivering quality service. All of our staff utilise their expertise to meet the needs of our patients, allowing us to deliver quality and affordable patient care to Jamaicans and visitors alike.

Radiology West offers digital x-ray, computerized tomography (CT), ultrasound, digital fluoroscopy and digital mammogram studies.

We daily embark on our MISSION “to provide compassionate care to our patients while demonstrating excellence, integrity and teamwork”, in an effort to fulfil our VISION “to be the premier radiology facility in Jamaica, by providing efficient and innovative diagnostic imaging of the highest quality”.
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Serving Jamaica since 1996 Jamaica Citadel Insurance Brokers Ltd provides excellent service in coverage for your property, accident liability and employee benefits. Types of i nsurance offered includes bonds insurance, travelers insurance, home owners insurance, business interruption insurance, goods in transit insurance and more. We are located in the parishes of St Ann, Hanover and Westmoreland and St James. Visit us today. Read more......Read less

 
 

New Testament Church Of God was founded in 1886 New Testament Church of God in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands is headed by the Administrative Bishop supported by a twelve 12 m ember National Executive Council. New Testament Church of God is affiliated with the Church of God in the United States of America with International Offices at Cleveland, Tennessee. Read more......Read less

 
 

Norma Webster Salon & Spa is a luxurious and contemporary salon with fully qualified, experienced beauty therapists providing the highest standard of treatments. Situated in t he Fairview Shopping Center, Bogue Montego Bay, Jamaica, the salon provides a relaxing and friendly atmosphere, welcoming new and existing clients. The salon stocks the best products in the industry.

In a strategic decision to raise the bare end higher as it relates to the lever of service to her clients, Norma Webster successfully transition from multiple locations into one primary location at Fairview Shopping Centre in March 2010. The services that were previously offered in Half Moon and Baywest Shopping Centre locations are available to all clients at the new location in Fairview.

In addition to improving parking and greater accessibility, the new salon is a lot more spacious and the ambience rivals any international salon. The salons courteous and well-trained staff caters to the needs of every client and bring new meaning to service with a smile . Complimentary coffee or tea is available while clients wait to be serviced.

For the Shopaholics, there are a number of skin care products, hair care products and cosmetics available. Clients are now able to purchase products from not only international brands, but also products from the Norma Webster owned line of amazing shampoos, conditioners, shiners, leave-in hair treatments, masks, make-up and scented candles.

Other services include:

Body Treatments
Wedding Packages
Waxing
Massage Therapy
Skincare Treatment
Hair
Nail Care

The Norma Webster Salon & Spa's rich history dates back to 1973 when a young Norma Webster sought to pursue her dream of working in cosmetology, with two chairs and a dream . Her knowledge, finesse and amazing hair cutting skills are unmatched in western Jamaica. After leaving Mount Alvernia High, Norma became an apprentice to Dorothy Gourzong Vendryes where sh e perfected her craft and was determined to make a name for herself. Norma Webster has studied locally and abroad, constantly improving on her skills and keeping abreast of industry trends. She trained with some of the top lines in hair care, including Vidal Sassoon, Redken and has worked as a technical consultant with Soft Sheen (West Indies).

Almost four decades later, Norma Webster has established herself as an esteemed cosmetologist, businesswoman, hair stylist and western Jamaica's only certified trichologist, trained in identifying and treating disorders of the scalp and hair.

She was instrumental in the development of the cosmetology programme at the Montego Bay Community College and was an integral member of the standardisation committee working with the National Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (NCTVET) to bring more structure to the local cosmetology industry.

Norma is married to the talented singer Errol 'ET' Webster and has th ree beautiful daughters- Michelle, Monique and Marsha. With her daughter Monique Webster, serving in the capacity of Managing Director, the future of the salon is definitely in good hands. Monique was formally trained as a cosmetologist/aesthetician/makeup artist in Toronto, Canada and has helped to grow the Norma Webster brand tremendously.
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Island Products Manufacturing Company Limited (formerly Island Laundry Products Limited) is the pioneer of "Bulk Chemicals Sales" in Jamaica. The company was started out of a desire by its founder and Managing Director, E. Barry Martin, to ensure that cleaning and sanitising household chemicals became affordable to all Jamaican irrespective of their financial status.

Since packaging represents a significant portion of pricing, the company encouraged the recycling of plastic containers. Customers have been realising real savings by simply reusing their plastic containers, having to pay only for the product and not the packaging.

Incorporated in 1995 the company has been engaged in manufacturing a wide range of household and industrial chemicals, which includes bleach, polishes and sanitising agents. In 2005, our product range was extended to include swimming pool and sewage treatment plant maintenance products, in 2007 private contract packaging for Bleach and in 2009 Bath Soap and Bar Washing Soap.

Our mission here at Island Product Manufacturing Co. Ltd. is: "To make good quality cleaning and sanitising household chemicals affordable to all, irrespective of their financial status, while enhancing the profitability of the company".

Since inception, operation has been located at 2b Ken Hill Drive, Kingston 20, Jamaica with an additional distribution Branch at Lot #9 Salt Spring Main Road, Montego Bay, St. James since April 2000.

Our products are marketed/distributed island-wide to wholesalers and retailers and to a number of major Corporations. There is also a Retail Sales Outlet located at our Kingston facility where consumers can purchase directly and experience tremendous savings.

Deliveries are made to all fourteen (14) parishes on a weekly basis.

At present, Fifty (50) persons are employed in the company, which comprise of both Administrative and Technical staff. All our key personnel have been with the company in excess of Ten (10) years.
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Our business and applicator’s license are up-to-date with the business license remaining current and uninterrupted since it was first issued. Carib pest control was among t he first, very few operators to qualify for licensing in Jamaica. The managing Director, Louis Tulloch, career in pest control and insecticides started at Grace Agricultural and Industrial 14 Retirement Road, Kgn.5.(now agro Grace)in the mid 70’s. The present two main directors were originally trained through pest management courses conducted by the Scientific Research Council and by the University of the West Indies in 1988. Mr.Tulloch has nearly 40 years knowledge and experience in the field of controlling pests and has been in the termite control business for over 30 years. Caribpest is fully insured for public liability insurance which includes the very technical, specialist, gas fumigation exercises.

Caribpest will be also be offering you treatment options that you can choose from, ranging from the very basic treatment which is the standard, single formula done by applicators in the industry …to combination of Caribpest blends and bait formulas that we ourselves have found in most instances to be a lot more effective than a one-time application visit using a single formula.

All formulations used in our 5 blends are approved by the Ministry of Health here in Jamaica and are applied in accordance with the label directions. MSDA’s [Material Safety Data Sheets] are available on request or on our website.

We will be giving instructions on what to do 1. before, 2. during and 3. after [re-entry] treatments.

And, times and practices you will be required to observe so that the operation can be administered safely. Any or all of the treatments procedures inside and outside described may apply to your problem depending on the type of treatment and where it is being focused or where trouble-shooting treatment is being emphasized.

Only a 100% foundation soil pre-treatments before building or a 100% enclosed gas fumigation of the structure above ground already built, saturates or penetrates everywhere, all other treatments are partial treatments only. So, the warranty on partial operations will be at times conditional to booster visits after treatments. preconditions

We offer a first-class pre-job electronic inspection and post job electronic inspection; And, during the period of any warranty issued we revisit on schedule to evaluate the progress/success of the work done and to ensure the issued warranty is being complied with. At the time of these visits we may conduct electronic inspections and point out any areas we find that has remained prone to infestation or have developed a condition conducive for re-generating infestation or encouraging new infestations.

We are fully equipped electronically to conduct and record very detailed chrome inspections reports This is an ideal certificate inspection for Banks, Lenders, Buyers, remote or overseas owners.
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The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech), formerly the College of Arts, Science and Technology is located within the Greater Kingston Metropolitan Region in the parish of St. Andrew and occupies approximately 18.2 hectares. It lies to the east of the Hope Botanical Gardens within the Papine- Liguanea commercial centres. Utech : Provide innovative and expanded access to learning
Offer innovative, transformational, profession-driven and leading-edge programmes Have in place high quality staff who are professionally competent, innovative and leaders in their own field Operate with high quality, relevant resources and facilities The University is committed to the total education of the individual as a social being and seeks to develop the whole person in terms of personal well-being and social and intellectual competence. It promotes life-long learning, personal development and service to the community.
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DunnCox was established in 1942. DunnCox is one of the oldest and largest law firms in Jamaica and the Caribbean. DunnCox provides the highest quality service in all areas of Corporate and Commercial Law, including Civil Litigation, Industrial Disputes, Conveyancing and Administration of Estates. DunnCox delivers sound advice and value added service to clients in listed and unlisted Public Companies, Large Private International Companies, International Funding Agencies, Banking and Financial Institutions and Government Agencies.

The firm’s commercial group includes practitioners who are well-known for their great skill in dealing with complex commercial issues. Amongst other things, the team advises on the incorporation and organization of companies, joint ventures, negotiating and drafting of commercial agreements, mergers and acquisitions, securities, amalgamation and reorganization of companies, corporate finance, franchising, bankruptcy, insolvency, pensions, intellectual property rights and issues, banking, finance/capital markets and project financing.

Members of the firm's litigation group have successfully litigated many high profile cases, including several landmark decisions. The team advises and represents clients through various levels of advocacy at Jamaica's Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, Jamaica's court of final appeal.
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Serving Jamaica since 1996 Jamaica Citadel Insurance Brokers Ltd provides excellent service in coverage for your property, accident liability and employee benefits. Types of i nsurance offered includes bonds insurance, travelers insurance, home owners insurance, business interruption insurance, goods in transit insurance and more. We are located in the parishes of St Ann, Hanover and Westmoreland and St James. Visit us today. Read more......Read less

 
 

Serving Jamaica since 1996 Jamaica Citadel Insurance Brokers Ltd provides excellent service in coverage for your property, accident liability and employee benefits. Types of i nsurance offered includes bonds insurance, travelers insurance, home owners insurance, business interruption insurance, goods in transit insurance and more. We are located in the parishes of St Ann, Hanover and Westmoreland and St James. Visit us today. Read more......Read less

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