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Meet Chidi Tobias: SLASPA's Chief Enginee

Last week in our Meet the Management series, you met Ms. Beverly Ann Dulcie, a leading Human Resource professional and a seasoned educator. This week, we introduce you to Mr. Chidi Tobias, Chief Engineer. Mr. Tobias commenced his career at SLASPA...

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Meet Grace Michel

In our fifth edition of meet SLASPA’s Management Team series we introduce you to a female professional in the Information Technology field with over twenty years’ experience Ms. Grace Michel, Director of Information Systems. Grace Michel joined...

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Meet Peter Jean: SLASPA's Director of Airports

In our last edition of our meet the senior manager series, we introduced you to Mr. Adrian Hilaire. This week we present Mr. Peter Fergusson Jean, Director of Airports. Mr. Jean started his Aviation career in 1972. He was first employed with the...

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Meet Daniella Martelly, SLASPA’s Financial Controller

Last week in Portfolio we told you about about Mr. Ben Emmanuel, Senior Director at SLASPA in our second edition of “Meet our Senior Manager” series. Continuing with our series this week, we present another accomplished professional, Ms. Daniella...

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Meet Sean J. Matthew General Manager

This edition of Portfolio begins our “Meet SLASPA’s Managers” series where we will profile the senior managers at SLASPA, a sixteen member team who together ensure that St. Lucia’s Ports of Entry are efficiently managed. This week, we take a look...

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SLASPA To Host Boating Safety Awareness Seminar in Soufriere

Castries – Friday May 20, 2011 – The Saint Lucia Air and Sea Port Authority (SLASPA), Division of Maritime Affairs will be hosting a Boating Safety Awareness Seminar on Tuesday June 7, 2011, from 9:00am to 12:30pm at the Soufriere Foundation...

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SLASPA…Facilitating All Moves For Jazz

When air and sea ports come to mind, most people imagine them to be bustling with activity; gigantic cranes moving containers, aircraft landing, forklifts racing around warehouses, and the constant interaction of people. In this regard, the Saint...

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SLASPA Facilitates the Yachting Trade

Recently, on our very own Port Call radio show on Radio St. Lucia’s The Agenda, we had a very interesting discussion on the Yachting Sector in St. Lucia, which was broadcasted live from the Rodney Bay Marina. We thought this week, we would share...

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SLASPA: THE ORIGINAL SPONSOR OF JAZZ IN THE SOUTH

As Jazz in the South prepares to host its 15th edition from 30 April to 3 May 2011 in Laborie and Vieux Fort, one can remember that it is thanks to SLASPA, and to the vision of its then Director Desmond Skeete, that this component of the Saint...

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Women of the Port Meet SLASPA's Female Senior Managers

In commemoration of International Women’s Day which was celebrated on March 8th, 2011, we bring to you Women of the Port in this week’s edition of Portfolio. SLASPA has a cadre of highly qualified and experienced personnel and quite a few are...

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Above Sea Level - The Vigie & Moule A Chique Lighthouses

Last week in Portfolio we told you how you can Depart in Style via the Iyanola Executive Lounge located at Hewanorra International Airport and this week we bring to you our Lighthouses in all their splendor. Vigie Lighthouse, located on the Vigie...

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Port Castries - Facilitating the Island's Trade

We learnt in past issues of Portfolio how Port Castries is a bustling Cruise Port catering to over 600,000 cruise passengers a year, just this week, we saw four vessels in port with a total capacity of over 9,000 passengers. Very often, besides...

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Castries Ferry Terminal - From Bananas to Ferries

The banana trade represented a significant era in St. Lucia’s economic development. Undoubtedly, Port Castries played a key role in this development with the Geest Banana Shed at Berth 6 being the storage facility for the thousands of boxes of...

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SLASPA Facilitates & Participates in Bomb Threat Simulation

Castries – Wednesday, January 26, 2011 – The Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority (SLASPA) incollaboration with Tropical Shipping and relevant Emergency agencies (St. Lucia Fire Service, Bomb Squad, Police Marine Unit and The Royal St. Lucia...

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SLASPA Facilitates Saint Lucia Port Productivity Improvement Study

Castries – Tuesday, January 25, 2011 – The Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority (SLASPA) in collaboration with The Special Advisory Services Division (SASD) of the Commonwealth Secretariat (COMSEC) and VISET Malta Plc, a limited liability...

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SLASPA - Committed to Customer Service Excellence

In this issue, we will focus on SLASPA’s commitment to customer service excellence in the increasingly competitive port environment.

In our commitment to customers, the internal departments within SLASPA work together to ensure excellent and...

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Keeping Port Users Well Informed in 2011

In 2010, we had the privilege of sharing a lot of information with you about the Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority (SLASPA). From the very basics in terms of who we are and what we do as an organization to some more intricate details of our...

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