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INVITATION FOR SALE
ANSA McAl Chemicals Ltd is calling for offers for the following items:
Blue masterbatch for plastic caps
Yellow masterbatch for plastic cps
Green masterbatch (Ampacet) for bottles
Orange masterbatch (Ampacet) for bottles
Blue 28mm polystyrene bottle caps
Yellow 28mm polystyrene bottle caps
Light Blue 28mm polystyrene bottle caps
Light Blue 38mm polystyrene bottle caps
Plastic bags (clear) - 30" x 30" x 0.0016"
Plastic bags (clear) - 20" x 20" x 0.0016"
Plastic bags (clear) - 8.5" x 13" x 0.0016"
Lavender Fragrance (liquid)
Mint Fragrance (liquid)
Lemon Fragrance (liquid)
Floral Fragrance (liquid)
Orange Fragrance (liquid)
Supra Flora Fragrance (liquid)
Blue Pylaklor Acid
All items can be viewed on site and are sold as is.
All offers in writing with full contact information can be sent to:
ANSA McAl Chemicals Ltd.
North Sea Drive Pt Lisas Estate
The offer closes on July 5th 29, 2013 at 4.00 p.m.
PRE PAINTED STEEL
AS IT LOOKS
• FULL LENGTH
SHEETING & RIDGING
• STEEL CAN BE
OVER AN EXISTING
The Beauty of
Clay tile profile
without the weight
The price of oil had a sudden
burst yesterday after the stock mar-
ket tried to put the brakes on a four-
Benchmark oil for August delivery
rose $1.49 to close at $95.18 a barrel
on the New York Mercantile
Exchange. Oil sank by $4.55 a barrel,
or 4.7 per cent, on Thursday and Fri-
day after the Federal Reserve spooked
investors by signaling the end of a
bond-buying programme that has
boosted the economy.
Oil fell initially yesterday because
of growing worries that China s deci-
sion to clamp down on informal lend-
ing could hamper growth in a major
energy consuming country. Oil
dropped as low as $92.67 a barrel.
Once stocks clawed back from their
lowest levels of the day, oil moved
higher, gaining nearly $2 a barrel in
The Dow Jones industrial average
fell nearly 250 points in the first half
hour of trading yesterday, but the
loss was below 50 points by mid-
Oil jumps after
stocks cut into
Better be ready
Source: The T&T Red Cross Society
Contact the Red Cross: Headquarters - 627-8215/8128, Northern branch - 627-8214, Southern branch - 652-2024, Tobago branch - 639-2781
As we brace for the unpredictability of the hurricane season,
it is important to be prepared. Here are some simple steps
to help protect your family from a storm or hurricane.
Ensure that your house
is properly prepared:
Ensure your roof is properly installed.
Ensure end gables are securely fas-
tened to the rest of the roof.
Ensure double entry doors are secured
at the top and bottom.
Ensure your garage door is properly
Ensure all windows are protected by
either boards or shutters. In a hurri-
cane, items can become projectiles and
cause damage and injury. Consider
screens for the windows.
Ensure the roof is fastened to the walls
with hurricane straps.
Ensure home is protected from poten-
Ensure the main electrical panel board
is located above the potential flood
Ensure all electrical outlets and
switches are located above the poten-
tial flood line.
Ensure the washer and dryer and
water heater unit are above the flood
Ensure all floor drains in the flood line
have a float plug the drain when need-
Ensure your sewer system has a back-
Have your local professionals review
the same to ensure all is in a state of
Put aside these items in the
event you need to evacuate:
Plastic sheeting and duct tape.
Foods (canned goods and non-perish-
able foods) that do not need cooking.
Enough for one day and three meals. A
non-electric can opener should also be
Drinking water in non-breakable con-
tainers (at least two quarts per person
Any special dietary food, if required.
Identification, cash, valuable papers,
insurance policies and photos in a
Battery-operated all-weather radio
with extra batteries.
Personal hygiene items such as soap,
deodorant, shampoo, toothbrush,
toothpaste, aspirin, antacid, diapers,
washcloths, feminine products, towels
Utensils such as disposable plates,
cups, forks, knives, spoons, napkins
Personal aids such as eyeglasses,
hearing aids (with extra batteries),
hand shavers, cream, prosthetic
Books, magazines, cards, toys and
Infant care items such as formula,
food, wipes and disposable diapers.
Flashlight and extra batteries.
First aid kit with prescription medica-
tions, betadine solution, gauze bandag-
es, adhesive tape, sterile pads, band
aids, triangular bandages, safety scis-
sors, non-prescription medication, sun
screen, insect repellent, non-latex
gloves, absorbent compress 5x9 dress-
ing, adhesive bandages (assorted
sizes), antiseptic wipes, antibiotic oint-
ment packets, etc.
Sleeping bags or blankets, sheets and
pillows, garbage bags, ties etc.
Change of clothing plus an extra pair
Easy carrying container (bag) for all
Are you ready for a hurricane?
T&T Red Cross Society
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