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Our Mission Statement: To foster operational and financial efficiency, and to enhance the level of service to the mutual benefit of Caribbean Ports and their stakeholders, through the sharing of experience, training, information and ideas

Port Management Association of the Caribbean 17th Annual General Meeting

pmac agm 2014 introThe 17th Annual General Meeting of the Port Management Association of the Caribbean (P.M.A.C.), hosted by the Port of St. Maarten during June 25 - 27, 2014 at the at the Westin St. Maarten, Dawn Beach, Resort and Spa, St. Maarten, was attended by a total of forty six (46) delegates representing twelve (12) member ports, six (6) Associate Members, and four (4) Observer organizations.

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CMI Executive Director is Boss of the Year

dr pinnockDr Fritz Pinnock, executive director of the Caribbean Maritime Institute, is the Jamaica Association of Administrative Professional's (JAAP) 2013/14 islandwide 'Boss of the Year'. Pinnock, from the Kingston and St Andrew chapter, emerged the winner, with Dr Richard Meggo, acting area manager of National Water Commission for the parishes of St James and Trelawny, getting the second prize Dr Pinnock, in his response during the ceremony held at the Wexford Court Hotel in Montego Bay on Sunday, April 7, expressed his dedication to enhancing the JAAP.

Committed

"I am committed to the task of working with you to lift the profile of this great organisation in a big way, so people will recognise that we are no longer just celebrating secretaries, but administrative professionals," said the new Boss of the Year. The highly anticipated award ceremony for members of the organisation is an annual event and has featured noted professionals. JAAP is the representative body for secretaries and administrative professionals in Jamaica and is charged with the duty of elevating

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CMI Trains Regional Shipping-industry Partners

cmi traineesThe Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI), in its most recent overseas training initiative, provided 19 stevedores from the Barbados Port Inc (BPI) and the Shipping Association of Barbados (SAB) with 'Stevedoring Operations Level III' and 'Essentials of Occupational Safety & Health Standards for Maritime Port Operations Level I' qualifications. The training provided the participants with critical certification as supervisors within the shipping industry.

The endeavour was fully supported by the Barbados Workers' Union (BWU), and was jointly funded by BPI and the SAB.

In a ceremony held in March to acknowledge the outstanding achievement of the graduates, David Jean-Marie, BPI's chief executive officer, commended the graduates on their achievement. "The BPI believes that the

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