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TABAQUITE FARMERS LIMITED (IN RECEIVERSHIP)
In my capacity as Interim Receiver of Tabaquite Farmers Limited (In Receivership) I am offering the assets of the Company
for sale as either a complete package or on an individual basis as outline:
ASSETS FOR SALE
Watts Road, off Torrib Tabaquite Road,
Trinidad West Indies.
approximately 10.34 acres.
2,360 sq. ft.
6 Sow shed - 5,000 sq. ft. per shed
5,085 Sq. ft.
Gilt & Fatteners Shed
4 Sheds - Approximately 9,000 sq. ft. per shed
10,140 sq. ft.
5,610 sq. ft.
Sow and Weaner Shed
5 sheds - Approximately 1,200 sq. ft. per shed
16,325 sq. ft.
Fatteners / Growers -
Average 150 births per week
Slaughtering House and Equipment
(Blast freezer 40ft X 20ft, 1 chiller 60ft X 30ft
182 farrowing crates, feed conveyor systems, feed bins
Slaughtering and Maintenance equipment
Water system tank capacity 100,000 gallons
Waste management system, compost equipment,
Diesel generator (350 kv240 amp 6 cylinder)
ISUZU 3 Tonne Van (TBE 9136 & 9135)
1 Toyota 3.0 Hilux - TCM 1338
2 Toyota Dyna (TAW 6673 and TAW 8296)
Filling Cabinets, Office Chairs, Computers, Microwave,
Photocopying Machines and Refrigerators.
To obtain a Confidential Information memorandum and arrange a site visit please contact:
Mr. Varune Mungal
Interim Receiver - Tabaquite Farmers Limited (In Receivership)
c/o Business Recovery and Advisory Services Limited
86, Seventh Street, Barataria.
Trinidad West Indies
Telephone: 868-681-9235 or 868-326-7328
1. Terms of payment are 10% down on acceptance of offer with balance in ninety (90) days.
2. The Assets would be sold on an "As Is Where Is" basis subject to all outstanding Rates and Taxes and outgoing.
3. The Receiver does not bind himself to accept the highest or any offer.
Mr. Mungal is solely acting in his capacity as Interim Receiver of Tabaquite Farmers Limited (In Receivership) and not in his
own personal capacity
HAMILTON---Prime Stephen Harper offered emo-
tional praise at the funeral of a soldier shot dead
by a gunman who then stormed Canada s seat
of government last week.
Harper spoke yesterday about the loss of Cpl
Nathan Cirillo, gunned down as he stood as a cer-
emonial guard at Ottawa s National War Memorial
in what the prime minister has called a terrorist
"May his son young Marcus Daniel Cirrilo some-
day find comfort in the fact that our entire country
looks up to his dad with pride, with gratitude,
with deep abiding respect," Harper said before
pausing to collect his emotions.
"Cpl Nathan Cirillo knew the most precious
values are those that can cost us our lives so may
God bless Cpl Nathan," added the Conservative
leader. "We are better for his life and we are dimin-
ished by his loss."
In a homily, Rev Rob Fead called Cirillo "Canada s
son" and said the tragedy of his death helped
bring the country together.
"We gather this day in faith and in hope," Fead
told mourners. "His bravery, his sacrifice, is not
England s Queen Elizabeth, who remains Cana-
da s ceremonial head of state, sent a message to
Cirillo s regiment, expressing sorrow at his death
under such "grievous" circumstances.
Near the Christ s Church Cathedral, people lined
up four deep to watch a procession of soldiers
carrying Cirillo s coffin. At one point a group of
young women sang the national anthem, drawing
applause from the crowd.
Hundreds of bouquets and wreaths were piled
on the steps Lt-Col John Weir Foote armory, along
with written tributes.
The father of a five-year-old son, Cirillo was
to be buried in an area that honours military per-
sonnel at a Hamilton cemetery.
Cirillo s killer, 32-year-old Michael Zehaf-Bibeau,
was shot dead by the sergeant-at-arms after he
ran into the Parliament building. (AP)
In this April 17 file photo,
South Korean Coast
Guard officers search for
aboard sunken ferry
Sewol in the waters off
the southern coast near
Jindo, South Korea. The
first body found in three
months was being
from the sunken South
Korean ferry, increasing
the official death toll to
295, officials said.
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