KWL Newsroom

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

Jamaica Special Economic Zone Authority Opens Business Acceleration Centre at Kingston Wharves

In an effort to serve clients and advance the expansion of the Special Economic Zone Regime, the Jamaica Special Economic Zone Authority (JSEZA) yesterday opened its first Business Acceleration Centre. The centre was established at Kingston Wharves’ Kingport Warehouse Complex (KWC) location in Newport West. Kingston Wharves’ (KWL) CEO Mark Williams, welcomed the establishment of

Kingston Wharves Signs Partnership Agreement With Port in Curaçao

Kingston Wharves Limited (KWL) has signed a Sister Port Agreement with the Port of Willemstad in Curaçao. The signing took place recently between officials of KWL and the Ports Authority of Curaçao in Werf de Wilde, Curaçao.  Chief Executive Officer of Kingston Wharves, Mark Williams who signed on behalf of the Jamaican port terminal and

Jamaican-Dominican Republic Businesses to Strengthen Trade Relations

Chief Executive Officer of the Jamaica Producers Group and Chairman of Kingston Wharves Jeffrey Hall  is expecting reciprocal benefits from strengthened partnership between businesses in Jamaica and the Dominican Republic, especially around trade. Mr. Hall was speaking as a delegation of 30 business leaders from the Dominican Republic toured Kingston Wharves on Wednesday (Feb. 22).


The management and staff of Kingston Wharves Limited (KWL) join the Jamaica Producers Group in mourning the passing of Dr. Marshall Hall. Dr. Hall passed away today, November 22, 2022. We express condolences to Dr. Hall’s wife Jeanette; his children, KWL’s Chairman Jeffrey Hall, Andrea Perkins, and Dr. Allyson Hall; grandchildren, his extended family and

Dr. the Hon. Marshall McGowan Hall, C.D., O.J. Has Died

It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of Dr. the Honourable Marshall McGowan  Hall, C.D., O.J. early this morning. Dr. Hall was most recognized for his association with the  Jamaica Producers Group Limited, where he served as Director for over 40 years and as Group  Managing Director for 27 years.  Jeffrey Hall,

Annual Anchor Awards to turn out Maritime Top Brass in Florida: Guyana’s President Serving as Patron

Boca Raton, Fl (October 10, 2022): The American Caribbean Maritime Foundation (ACMF) will  host its Fifth Annual Gala and Anchor Awards ceremony on Friday, November 4, 2022 at the Coral  Ridge Yacht Club in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, in the presence of Dr. Irfaan Ali, President of The  Republic of Guyana. The Distinguished Honoree is Eddie

St. Mary Are Champions in the Kingston Wharves Under-15 Cricket Competition

The curtains came down on the 31st staging of the Kingston Wharves Under-15 Cricket Competition, with St. Mary copping the championship title for the first time in the competition’s history. They defeated St. Elizabeth in the finals which was held at Sabina Park on, Thursday, September 1. Due to the weather conditions, the Duckworth Lewis

Kingston Wharves Awards PEP Students

Kingston Wharves has recognised some 22 children of its employees who were successful in their Primary Exit Profile (PEP) exams. At a recent awards ceremony held at Kingston Wharves Limited, the students were presented with a cash award in the form of book vouchers, a congratulatory certificate and back to school items. CEO Mark Williams