A total of 1,045,257 bags were packed during the period April 17 to May 9 at an average of approximately 45,000 bags per day, Carib Cement said in a release. It said that represents a 22 per cent increase in the average packing rate prior to the upgrade of the plant. read more http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/business/20170512/carib-cement-delivers-one-million-bags-23-days Disclaimer:
KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) – Minister of Finance and the Public Service, Audley Shaw, says Jamaica can have a productive relationship with the incoming Administration in the United States (US). President-elect of the US, Donald Trump, will be sworn in tomorrow. Shaw said given Trump’s background as a businessman, Jamaica is likely to enjoy a similar
On Thursday, January 18, investor enthusiasts gathered at the Knutsford Court Hotel for our first Monthly Investor Forum of 2017. Our guest speaker was none other than The Hon. Audley Shaw, Minister of Finance and Public Service who shared with us the economic performance of Jamaica for 2016 and the predicted performance for this year.
The inflation rate for the month August 2016 was 0.4%. The main contributor to the increase was an upward movement in the index for ‘Housing, Water, Electricity, Gas and Other Fuels’ which advanced 1.8%. Notably the Division recorded the highest movement for a second consecutive month, due mainly to a rise in the rates for
Carolling at Christmas was put on because of Mayberry's concern for organizations, that focus on the development of our Nation's youths, which are in dire need of funding. Education is one of the areas that Mayberry Investment is particularly concerned about when looking at these projects. This year the Alpha Boys Home band and the
(l-r) Luciano, Khadija Fudail Chairperson of Mayberry Cares Group, Tania McDonald-Tomlinson HR Manager at Mayberry, Omar Alcock Mayberry's Research Assistant, Errol Maragh who puts on the treat at the Bustamante Hospital for Children in memory of his son. For the past 5 years Mayberry Investments Limited has assisted with the Christmas Treat at the Bustamante
Annual Mayberry All Island School's Swim Meet - 2005 In association with the Amateur Swimming Association of Jamaica, the Annual Mayberry Investment All Island Schools Swim Meet was held 17 & 18 February, 2005. The meet, first held in 1998, attracted 1,076 swimmers from 57 Primary, Prep, High Schools and Universities island-wide. Hillel Academy emerged the