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Marketing Executive - Alstons Shipping Limited
We are looking for suitably qualified candidates to fill the position of Marketing
Executive -Alstons Shipping Limited. The incumbent will report directly to the Marketing
Manager and will be responsible for developing the Company's Third party business
1. Request and negotiate rates from Shipping Lines on behalf of all Third Party
2. Provide customers with freight quotes as per port sailing date, time and vessel
3. Liaise with the Marketing Coordinators to ensure that bookings are sent, received
and transmitted to customers for verification.
4. Oversee the day to day operations of Ansa McAl Group Shipments/Third Party
accounts to ensure there are no delays.
5. Increase import and export sales from Third Party accounts as per specified sales
6. Make weekly visits to Third Party accounts to secure business, ensure quality
service and maintain good working relationships and ensure customer satisfaction
7. Liaise with Marketing Coordinators to prepare quotations upon customer requests
8. Achieve monthly sales targets and ensure all business transactions meet specified
9. Aggressively solicits new third party business to achieve targets and generate
revenue for the Company in line with the department's budget.
10. Develop the Company's FCL, LCL, Air and other freight business throughout
Trinidad as per specified target.
1. A First Degree or equivalent in Marketing or Business Management from a
recognized tertiary institution.
2. A minimum of 2-3 years' experience in the Shipping Industry or Sales.
3. Knowledge of Imports/Export
4. A vehicle in good working condition.
5. Sound knowledge of the Shipping Industry will be considered an asset.
Interested persons should send resumes to email@example.com
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Chairman of the Environmental
Management Authority (EMA) Dr
Allan Bachan, who also heads the
Cabinet-appointed National Envi-
ronmental Assessment Task Force,
says the interim report on the La
Brea oil spill is due on May 23 and
not on Monday as claimed by Fish-
ermen and Friends of the Sea.
The organisation s president, Gary
Aboud at press conference on Mon-
day at Woodford Square, Port-of-
Spain, called on Bachan to explain
why the report had not been handed
in.Aboud said the organisation was
also exploring its options to see if it
could bring legal action against the
State-owned oil company in wake
of the spill in December last year.
But in an interview Bachan said
the task force had been working dili-
gently to ensure the interim report
was delivered on time.
"This is not the final report as
most people believed. The task force
is diligently pursuing our investiga-
tion to ensure we undertake a
through assessment. We have been
looking at numerous documents
related to the incident from a number
of different sources and this is to
get a holistic context of what hap-
"The task force intends to submit
an interim report on time which is
May 23," Bachan said.
He said the interim report had
multiple parts in accordance with
the terms of reference.
Describing the terms of reference
as very broad and far-reaching
Bachan said the report would identify
the findings based on the terms of
reference and would make the nec-
essary recommendations to move
He said the relevant agencies,
including the EMA, had been con-
ducting an assessment of the fish
in the affected areas and it was deter-
mined there was no impact of
Corexit on the fish stock.
That, Bachan said, was based on
tests at a lab in Texas and at the
Caribbean Industrial Research Insti-
He said there had been several
pronouncements on the matter
without the necessary facts.
"This is wrong. We have been
forthcoming to the public with infor-
mation. It is unfortunate people con-
tinue to make pronouncements
without any facts and we would
expect much better from these per-
sons as respected and trusted
authorities within the environmental
area," Bachan said.
He said it was also very "curious"
that Aboud was claiming one thing
while there were fishermen in total
disagreement with his statements.
"I challenge Mr Aboud to show
where are the facts and to sub-
stantiate these claims," Bachan
La Brea oil spill report due May 23
Dr Allan Bachan, chairman of the
Gary Aboud, president of Fishermen
and Friends of the Sea.
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