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Caribbean Maritime University partners with Kingston Wharves Limited to drive research into logistics and port management sector

Kingston Wharves Limited (KWL) and the Caribbean Maritime University (CMU) have forged a partnership that will advance research and development in the multi-billion dollar port and  logistics sector. The organisations have partnered to launch a Professorial Chair in Logistics and Port Management starting in 2019.   The Chair will be held jointly by two of

JMEA Members Tour Kingston Wharves’ Facilities

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,

Kingston Wharves Recognises Customs Officers

Kingston Wharves has recognised officers of the Jamaica Customs Agency for their support in facilitating the clearance of cargo during the 2018 peak season which ran from November 15 to December 22. Speaking at a recent luncheon held in honor of the officers, CEO of Kingston Wharves Limited (KWL) Mr. Grantley Stephenson pointed to Jamaica

PAS CARGO OFFICIALLY OPENS OFFICE AT KINGSTON WHARVES’ TOTAL LOGISTICS FACILITY

Kingston, Jamaica (November 1, 2018): Pas Cargo, a leading freight company serving the Caribbean and Latin American region, officially opened its office in Kingston Wharves’ Total Logistics Facility (TLF), 195 Second Street, Newport West recently. Kingston Wharves Limited (KWL), the Caribbean’s leading multi-purpose, multi-user port terminal, has leveraged the synergies of its combined terminal operations

Kingston Wharves Limited Advances Customs Bond to Support Domestic Importers

(October 9, 2018): Kingston Wharves Limited (KWL) has advanced a customs bond in support of domestic importers, including freight-forwarders and other business importers of full container loads who are seeking to transfer shipments which arrive at the neighbouring Kingston Free Port Terminal (KFTL). Giving background to the move, Mark Williams Chief Operating Officer at Kingston

KWL Reports $1.6b In Profits, Announces Projects To Position Jamaica As Major Logistics Provider

After announcing profits of $1.6 billion, Kingston Wharves Limited (KWL) says it’s now focused on what it calls its “Next Step Logistics” strategy which aims to establish Jamaica as a major logistics provider in the region. Speaking at KWL’s annual general meeting on Thursday, CEO Grantley Stephenson said the company’s board of directors has “identified

PM hails Kingston Wharves’ Total Logistics Facility

WE’RE doing well. That is what Prime Minister Andrew Holness told guests at the official opening of Kingston Wharves Limited’s (KWL) Total Logistics Facility yesterday, as the country moves to expand its logistic services. The facility is the latest manifestation of KWL’s programme to take advantage of developments in shipping and logistics to include expanding

Kingston Wharves Limited Commissions Global Logistics Centre

    The Shipping Association of Jamaica member company, Kingston Wharves Limited on December 16, formally commissioned its Global Logistics Centre at Tinson Pen. This adds to its growing investment in providing logistics services as part of the Jamaica Logistics Hub Initiative. The facility, when complete, will span 18 acres as the first phase of

Kingston Wharves offers Calm waters for two of the largest Cruise vessels to call on the Port of Kingston.

Kingston Wharves offers Calm waters for two of the largest Cruise vessels to call on the Port of Kingston. The Port of Kingston, specifically Kingston Wharves will see one of its busiest days yet, not for traditional Christmas cargo, but for the number of cruise passengers who will arrive on the two largest cruise vessels

Caribbean Maritime University Honours CSA Members

Four members of the Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA) were bestowed the Caribbean Maritime University’s (CMU) most prestigious honours at their inaugural graduation ceremony. The ceremony was held on November 14 at the Jamaica Conference Centre. The honourees are Dr Grantley Stephenson, Dr Ronald Malins-Smith, Marc Sampson and Stephen Bell.   Dr Grantley Stephenson   Dr