The Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA) in collaboration with the Canaveral Port Authority is pleased to open registrations for its 15th Caribbean Shipping Executives, Conference.The Conference will be hosted in the quaint and eclectic county of Cocoa Beach, Florida at the Hilton Hotel & Resorts. This conference promises riveting presentations on Cuba, The Solas Weight Requirement, Disaster Management and Climate Adaptation all delivered by notable experts in their respective fields. Come join us a notable expert delivers a candid overview addressing the ins and outs of Cuba Political and Economic Implications at the National and Regional Levels. Hoping to do business in Cuba? The CSA hosts a session where we will gain insights on the Laws of Commerce regarding Cuba.
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Rotary honours Shipping giant Stephenson
Kingston Wharves CEO Grantley Stephenson (second left) accepts the Rotary Club of Kingston Vocational Award from the club’s president, Robert Kinlocke, at yesterday’s lunch meeting of the club at Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston. Sharing the moment are Stephenson’s wife Judith (left), and Rotary Club of Kingston directors, Paul Burgess and Yasmin Chung.
The Rotary Club of Kingston, in keeping with its observance of January as Vocational Service Month, yesterday saluted Kingston Wharves CEO Grantley Stephenson for his service to the shipping industry in Jamaica and the region.
Stephenson, who was presented with the club’s Vocational Award, joined Kingston Wharves in 2003 as managing director and is responsible for the company’s modernisation and growth strategies.