Antigua Receives Port of the Year Award

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Antigua and Barbuda has once again been voted port of the year by the Port Manager Association of the Caribbean.
“We are indeed excited,” Port Manager Darwin Telemaque told OBSEVER Media.
He said the port’s consistent financial performance gave it the edge over the other countries.
“We manage our finances well and the extent of our profits have shown improvements in the country,” he said.
Telemaque said the Association was also impressed with the Ports continued increase in tonnages.
“While the port itself from an infrastructural perspective may not reveal the type of building, the performance from a financial and operational perspective has gone up,” he explained.
He said productivity was also improved at some key sites and that was also taken into consideration.
Telemaque admitted however that Barbados came close to copping the award but the organizers looked at profitability “and we took it instead”, he said.

Port Manager Darwin Telemaque moments after
receiving Port Manager Association of the Caribbean Award in the
Cayman Islands.


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