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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Wednesday, May 29, 2013
The public is hereby
notified that Cocoa pro-
poses to apply to the
(EMA) for a Variation in
accordance with the
Noise Pollution Control
Rules 2001 for the
Date of Event/Activity:
July 14th 2013
Style All Inclusive
Event/Activity: Pier II
Event/Activity: 2.00 a.m
to 10.00 a.m
The public is invited to
submit comments within
5 working days of the
publication of this notice
to the EMA.
NAVIGATIONAL WARNING 018/13
TRINIDAD - GULF-OF-PARIA
Pipeline operations in progress by tug Michael M and barge Winston B will
continue until 31st December, 2013.
(1) 600 - Metre lengths of pipeline diameter 2" to 14" will be towed between
061 - 29.43 W
in the San Fernando bay area and the main Soldado Marine Oilfields area.
(2) Pipelines will be laid along the line joining
061 - 55-45 W
061 - 55.81 W
A wide berth and caution is advised
4th April, 2013
Director Maritime Services
Maritime Services Division
Ministry of Transport 0522065
SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY
Property located at:
Lot #903 Moruga Main Road, St. Mary's Village, Moruga.
Comprising of 5,076 sq. ft of land with a residential/commercial two
Upset price $825,000.00 or nearest offer.
SEND SEALED BIDS TO:
"OFFER FOR SALE'"
RBC Royal Bank
Special Loans Collection Unit
2nd Floor, 55 Independence Square
CONDITIONS OF SALE:
1. Terms of payment are 10% down on acceptance of offer with
balance in ninety (90) days.
2. The property would be sold on an "as is where is" basis and
subject to all outstanding Rates and Taxes and outgoings.
3. The Mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest or any
4. Unacceptable offers will not be acknowledged.
5. Subject to contract.
6. Bids close on June 6, 2013
For further information call 625-7288, Extension 4262, 4180
Luxury giant Moët Hennessy, one
of the world s leading wine and spirits
groups, is shifting production of its
flagship rum brand 10 Cane from T&T
to Barbados. The Paris-based firm
announced that it would be blending
and bottling 10 Cane, its premium
light rum brand, at Barbados
Foursquare Rum Distillery in move
that is expected to pour as much as
US$50 million in foreign exchange
into the Barbados economy.
Sir David Seale, of Foursquare Rum
Distillery, in announcing the agreement
to distill, blend and bottle a brand the
rum, declared: "This is Barbados gain
"It is very exciting because this brand,
having been established worldwide, it
has a track record, so we are not starting
from zero. We are starting from a point
that is a guaranteed amount that you
"Our sums say that it is quite possible
that we will earn in excess of $100 mil-
lion in foreign exchange over the next
five years. And obviously from the first
year, things will start slower, because
they still have stocks from Trinidad,
so it won t take up the full stock things
until probably a year is gone," explained
He said the deal is a recognition of
the Foursquare Rum Distillery as a world
class facility. He said the decision to
build a facility, which was also designed
as a tourist attraction had worked effec-
tively, in that the word-of-mouth
advertising by visitors had led to a mas-
sive increase in export sales of the local
rum brands to Europe and the United
"In fact, we ve gone down in Aus-
tralia ... last year November, and also
recognition was very much. I can only
imagine that Moet Hennessy came here,
because they are satisfied that they are
going to get a quality product," he said.
Foursquare s managing Director
Richard Seale expressed the view that
the future development of Barbados
partly rested on the rum industry. He
said the contract with Moet Hennessy
could result in many indirect jobs,
increased economic activity and
between ten per cent and 30 per cent
"This brand has the short potential
to sell in the region of two to three
hundred thousand cases and to become
a major global brand when you want
it to sell a million cases," he added.
The rum, launched in T&T in 2005,
is made from first press sugar cane
juice. This marked it a "rhum agricole,"
since it s distilled from the cane juice
instead of the more common molasses.
It is called 10 Cane because it suppos-
edly takes ten sugar cane stalks to make
one bottle of the rum.
T&T for Barbados
NAGICO CELEBRATES MILESTONE
Christopher Henriques, general manager, Nagico, right, and Imran McSood Amjad, chief executive,
present Irene Brizan, the oldest customer of the insurance company, with a bouquet. Brizan, 101,
sang her praises of the former GTM Insurance Company during a function to make its rebranding as
Nagico. PHOTO: MARCUS GONZALES
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