A delegation from the Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association (JMEA) recently toured Kingston Wharves to view the facilities and explore avenues of opportunity for cooperation in logistics and supply chain management.
The delegation was led by JMEA President Metry Seaga and included other Board members of the JMEA.
The team toured the Kingston Wharves’ terminal, its Global Auto Logistics Centre at Tinson Pen and its Total Logistics Facility which was officially opened last year.
During the Tour, Kingston Wharves CEO Grantley Stephenson reiterated the company’s commitment to serving businesses in the domestic market, citing KWL’s provision of logistics services to a range of well known clients in the retail, motor vehicle, manufacturing and export sectors.
Mr. Stephenson also shared with the team, the newest in KWL’s suites of online payment options, its KW Mobile app which allows any person to view their charges, pay for Kingston Wharves services from anywhere, and get updates on their cargo’s arrival and stripping schedules.
Kingston Wharves has been consistently recognized as the region’s leading multi-purpose, multi-user port terminal operator, and a provider of logistics services. Kingston Wharves connects importers and exporters to over 30 international ports in the Caribbean, and Latin and North America.
Photo Caption: CEO of Kingston Wharves Limited Mr. Grantley Stephenson (Fifth from left) and KWL’s Chief Financial Officer, Clover Moodie (right) guide Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association (JMEA) President Mr. Metry Seaga (third left) and other JMEA Board Members on a tour of the Company’s terminal recently. L-R are Imega Breese McNab, Executive Director of the JMEA; Directors Steven Sykes, Winston Stona, and Lynden Nugent along with Stephen Dawkins, Vice President; John Minott, Director, and Stephen Forbes, Trade and Development Economist.