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Ruby Launched

Kingston Wharves has once again committed its support to the Missionaries of the Poor (MOP), with its contribution to the staging of the MOP production Ruby. Proceeds from the production will help to fund MOP’s continued service to the most vulnerable in the society. Speaking at the launch of the production, Corporate Services and Client

Kington Wharves Leads on International Coastal Clean-Up Day

Kingston Wharves undertook a major clean-up and recycling in sections of the Newport West community as part of International Coastal Clean-up Day on Saturday, September 16. With the support of other port partners which included Signature Freight, Xars, Kingsley Shipping and Coates Logistics, KWL volunteers fanned out throughout the community. They carried out clean-up and


The curtains came down on the 32nd staging of the Kingston Wharves Under-15 Cricket Competition at the Jamaica Defence Force Cricket Grounds at Up Park Camp, yesterday. Manchester emerged victorious over defending champions St. Mary by eight wickets. Some 19 teams participated in the competition.  Pledging his commitment to youth cricket, CEO of Kingston Wharves

Kingston Wharves in U-15 Cricket for the Long Haul – Murdock

Kingston Wharves has underscored its commitment to the Under-15 Cricket Competition as the 32nd staging of the competition bowled off at the Ultimate Cricket Oval in St. Ann recently. The first match was played between defending champions St. Mary and St. Ann. “We are proud that our support as title sponsors has helped to sustain

Kingston Wharves Takes Major Leap on Nearshoring

Kingston Wharves (KWL) on Friday inked a 20-year deal with international club shopping giant Pricesmart for that company to expand its logistics partnership with KWL. The contract which was signed at KWL’s Newport West offices between Kingston Wharves CEO Mark Williams and Pricesmart’s Country Manager Tara Kisto, represents a guaranteed 10-year lease arrangement, with the

We Are a Part of Your Lives

When Jamaica needed industrial pipes to strengthen the islands water distribution network, those pipes came through Kingston Wharves Limited (KWL); when life-saving oxygen was needed during the COVID-19 pandemic and vehicular equipment required to strengthen the island’s solid waste management, Kingston Wharves (KWL) was again the terminal of choice.   “Once something can be placed

Kingston Wharves is Berthing Success

Two major components of the US$60 million capital development investments being undertaken by Kingston Wharves Limited have made major strides.  The Berth 7 Redevelopment project and the first phase of the Integrated Modular Warehouse Complex at Ashenheim Road are set to be completed by the end of 2023. CEO Mark Williams, speaking at the company’s

Kingston Wharves Observes Read Across Jamaica Day At Union Gardens Infant School

It was all fun, games and learning at the Union Gardens Infant School as members of the Kingston Wharves team spent Read Across Jamaica Day with the children.  The KWL team read stories to the 140 students who ranged in ages from 4 to 6, with the support of their teachers. After the reading exercises,

Kingston Wharves Leads Earth Day Plastic Bottle Collection Drive

Kingston Wharves (KWL) on Saturday capped off a week of activities to observe Earth Day with a plastic bottle collection drive in sections of Newport West.  Over 60 large garbage bags of plastic bottles were collected, which were then picked up by Recycling Partners of Jamaica.  Earth Day is observed each year on April 22.

KWL Plays a Role in Project Cargo Importation For National Development

Kingston Wharves continues to be the terminal of choice on the Port of Kingston for the movement of project cargo for infrastructural and social development.    On Wednesday (March 30) Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation Matthew Samuda toured Kingston Wharves terminal to observe pipes being delivered to strengthen