Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : September 11th 2014 Contents PUBLIC AUCTION SALE # 143
UNCLEARED FULL CONTAINERS AS AT 22/01/2014
1 FCIU3261179 2200 Import BML BARTHOLOMEW SELVON
2 FSCU4803740 4300 Import CSV CARIBBEAN SHIPPING AGENCIES LTD FIBERGLASS PRODUCTS,
3 IPXU3773072 2200 Export
CSV TRIN FORWARDING INTERNATIONAL SCRAP IRON
4 FSCU9663826 4500 Import KOS ANTHONY CHOW
5 DFSU2756109 2200 Import MSC SANT'S EQUIPMENTRENTALS LTD
SKID STEER LOADER
JCB 225 POWER BOOM
6 TCNU8987107 4500 Import MSC HOLLIS BRIZAN
USED H/ HOLD ITEMS
7 TGHU2691547 2200 Import MSC CARLESEN CHEMICALS LTD
8 TRHU1968367 2200 Import MSC BEVERLY ANTOINE
USED H/ HOLD ITEMS
9 DFSU2437441 2200 Import ZCS S&D DISTRIBUTORS LTD
10 ZCSU2539917 4300 Import ZCS BM ELECTRONICE LTD
11 ZCSU6000939 4360 Import ZCS JSL INTERNATIONAL (TRINIDAD) LTD ONE EMPTY REEFER
12 ZCSU8256811 4500 Import ZCS JEFFEY AZ
USED OFFICE FURNITURE
AND MISC. ITEMS
PORT OF PORT OF SPAIN
PUBLIC AUCTION SALE # 143 : UNCLEARED FULL CONTAINERS:
The Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago wishes to advise that under Section (3) of Act 1978 Chapter 51:05 Re: Disposal
of Uncleared Goods Act, Mr, Gary Gregorie Auctioneer, has been instructed to sell by Public Auction the contents of
uncleared containers at the Conference Room, Administration Building.
DATE OF SALE: 2014 September 18 -- TIME: 9:00 A.M.
CONDITIONS OF SALE:
(1) All lots will be sold subject to an upset price which will be announced on the day of the sale.
(2) All lots will be sold on an "as is" "where is" basis.
(3) Notwithstanding, any law to the contrary, a person who purchases cargo at this Auction, shall be entitled to take delivery
upon payment of:
(a) The purchase price payable to the Port Authority.
(b) Customs Duty equivalent to thirty (30%) percent of the sale price shall be payable to the Customs & Excise
(c) Any taxes or duties chargeable under any law other than duty imposed under the Customs Act calculated by
reference to the purchase price.
(4) Payment must be made to the Port Authority on the fall of the hammer either by cash or certified cheque. Debit/Credit
cards will be accepted. Please note however, that for transactions involving payments greater than $5,000.00 only
certified cheques or debit/ credit card will be accepted.
(5) Persons failing to comply with condition (4) above will be debarred from further participating in Auction Sales held by
the Port Authority.
(6) All auctioned cargo must be removed from the Port Authority's Compound by the respective buyer/s within seven (7)
working days subsequent to the Auction Sale, failing which store rent will be calculated, in accordance with the Port
(7) Items sold, but not claimed and removed by the respective buyers as per (6) above, shall be resubmitted for sale by
the Authority at the next Auction Sale.
(8) Interested persons shall be allowed to view by pictures only, the cargo listed on the 2014 September 17 at the
Conference Room, Administration Building, between the hours 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 a.m. and 1.00 noon to 3.00 p.m.
after having made appropriate arrangement with the security on duty.
Divisional Manager Operation
Port of Port of Spain
Uganda has thanked T&T for sharing oil industry
expertise, invited T&T companies to come to Ugan-
da to compete for business and said it is ready to
send 263 health professionals to support this coun-
try s health service.
Uganda has been getting technical know how on
how to run its budding oil industry from the T&T
government, an All Africa Global Media report said.
Uganda Minister of Energy and Mineral Develop-
ment Irene Muloni said at a reception to mark T&T's
52nd anniversary of Independence: "For these we
are grateful for the 103 technicians the government
of T&T has trained and I trust will continue to do
so." She said Uganda was ready to support and honour
the request by T&T to provide about 263 health pro-
fessionals to strengthen its health services.
T&T High Commissioner to Uganda Patrick
Edwards assured Muloni the training will continue.
"In the sphere of energy co-operation we have
trained 103 Ugandan students and 11 instructors from
Uganda Petroleum Institute Kigumba in oil and gas
technology and we are ready and willing to train
more," Edwards said. "In the sphere of revenue gen-
eration and management, seven officers from Uganda
Revenue Authority (URA) recently returned from
one-week tour in oil and gas revenue management."
Muloni said: "Our mutual and reciprocal support
in both the bilateral and multilateral spheres is factors
among others which constitute the basis of our rela-
tions not only at government to government level,
but also to the grassroots of our society. These
exchanges of delegations have since been enhanced
and extended to cover other sectors like education,
culture, sports, energy, oil and gas among others."
Edwards said T&T was working with Uganda to
contract doctors, nurses and other skilled technical
personnel in the medical field to support its expanding
health sector. He told guests: "We have invited the
private and public sectors to tender for projects in
Trinidad and Tobago, carry out a facility audit of
our energy sector as well as for projects in the
T&T opened its high commission in Uganda in
for oil skills
The most competitive economy in the Caribbean
is Puerto Rico, according to the latest Global Com-
petitiveness Report. The report defines compet-
itiveness as the "set of institutions, policies, and
factors that determine the level of productivity of
a country," noting that competitiveness is as much
about the ability to sustain a high level of income
as it is about a given country s growth potential.
Puerto Rico, which was ranked 32nd in the world,
just behind Thailand and ahead of Chile. scored
strongly on health and primary education.
The highest-ranked Caricom country was Bar-
bados, at 55 in the world, followed by Jamaica and
T&T moved up three places in the latest rankings,
rising from position 92 to 89 out of 144 countries.
The report said the most problematic factors in
doing business in T&T are inefficient government
bureaucracy, corruption and poor work ethic.
The report examined 12 pillars: institutions, infra-
structure, macroeconomic environment, health and
primary education, higher education, goods market
efficiency, labour market efficiency. financial market
development, technological readiness, market size,
business sophistication and innovation.
Puerto Rico tops region
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