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New JADCO Executive Director Appointed

New JADCO Executive Director Appointed

first_imgContact: OPM Communications UnitTel:926-0244Fax:920-4684Email:[email protected] The Chairman of the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) Dr. Herb Elliott has announced the appointment of a new Executive Director for the Commission. He is Mr. Carey Anthony Brown.Mr. Brown combines qualification and experience as a business management specialist with an MBA degree from the Manchester Business School and a Diploma in Management Studies from the University of the West Indies with a BSc. degree in Pure and Applied Chemistry from the UWI. He is a graduate of Glenmuir High School.Mr. Brown joins JADCO from the Ministry of Youth and Culture where he has served as Director of Corporate Planning and Performance Monitoring. He also served in the Ministry of Finance and Planning as a Financial Analyst responsible for database management and performance monitoring. In addition to his public sector experience, Mr. Brown has worked in the private sector as Production Manager of Federated Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. and a Health Care Team Leader at Proctor and Gamble Interamericas Inc.Presently on jury duty, the new JADCO Executive Director will fully assume the responsibilities of his assignment on completion of that period of jury service.last_img read more

DSME Nabs Order for 18th LNG Carrier in 2018

DSME Nabs Order for 18th LNG Carrier in 2018

first_imgzoomImage Courtesy: DSME South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) has inked a deal for the construction of an additional LNG carrier, pushing this year’s tally to 18.The order has been placed by an unidentified shipowner from Oceania. The 174,000 cbm ship will feature the M-type, Electronically Controlled, Gas Injection (MEGI) engine and  full re-liquefaction system, the shipbuilder said. The newbuild is scheduled for delivery in 2021.Furthermore, DSME has won a contract for the overhaul of KDX-I class destroyers. The latest deal adds USD 230 million to the company’s orderbook value.“It was a good idea to have a sales strategy focused on high value-added vessels such as LNG carriers and special-purpose ships. We will do our best to achieve our order target until the end of the year, and we will continue to do so next year,” a DSME spokesperson said.Just in December, DSME bagged a flurry of orders for LNG carriers: two from BW LNG, one from Maran Gas and three from unnamed owners.Overall, DSME’s total orderbook for this year comprises 47 vessels worth USD 6.81 billion, hitting approximately 93% of the company’s orderbook target for this year of USD 7.3 billion.These include 18 LNG carriers, 16 large-sized crude oil carriers, 16 ultra large containerships, and 6 special-purpose vessels.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more