Scotiabank’s cocktails and conversations

Dermatologist Dr Carol Burrell excitedly takes her turn at getting the feel of the Audi R8 Spyder.()

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Scotiabank took time out on March 16 to treat “premium banking” clients here to an intimate evening with members of the division. The occasion, called “Cocktails and Conversations”, was to reassure customers, many of whom have been longstandin ... Read More

Francisco Torres, managing director of Audi Regional Office, standing between the
Audi Q5 logo at Aldea Rodavento in Jalcomulco, Mexico, recently. (Photo: Mao Carrera) Audi lauds ATL’s superb work
GERMAN luxury brand Audi is lauding Jamaican dealership ATL Automotive for its exceptional work in t ... Read More

Martin Port (left), sales manager — Audi Regional Office; and Gabriel Ramirez, product and price specialist — Audi Regional Office, standing beside the 2018 Audi Q5 at its launch at the Hotel Casa Reyna in Puebla, Mexico, recently. (Photo: Mao Carrera) Audi Q5 raises the bar
SEVERAL journalists from Latin America, and the French- and English-speaking Caribbean jetted to Mex ... Read More

A fleet of Audi Q5 at Audi’s state-of-the-art plant in San Jose Chiapa in Mexico shortly before the test drive. (Mao Carrera) Audi eyes region
MARTIN Port, sales manager – Audi Regional Office in Mexico, said Jamaica plays a critical rol ... Read More

MSC McKay using technology for more efficient service

Friday, March 31, 2017    

David McKay, managing director of MSC McKay Jamaica Limited, looking on as Kadeem Sherwood, using a tablet, during a valuation at the company’s Lady Musgrave Road office in St Andrew recently. (Kesi Asher)

CORPORATE Area-headquartered valuators MSC McKay Jamaica Limited is using technology to make the valuation process quicker, easier, and practical for their customers. A valuation determines the present value of an asset. “MSC McKay valuators save time inspecting vehicles with the use of tablet computers during valuations, eliminating the redundancy of writing down the vehicle details and then typing a report. We offer clients the opportunity to get their valuation reports online shortly ... Read More


Friday, March 31, 2017    

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Jamaica’s oldest dealership, Kingston Industrial Garage, recently upped the ante with the launch of their most macho machine: the 475bhp HEMI-powered JEEP Grand Cherokee. The occasion, which took place at the 109-year-old dealership’s Old Hope Road showroom, had an air of sophistication about it. Here are couple of “Kodak moments” from KIG’s ultra-special event. Read More

Traffic changes on Mandela Highway next week

Thursday, March 30, 2017    

A section of the Mandela Highway in St Catherine where road-widening work in being carried out. (Photo: Bryan Cummings)

THE National Works Agency (NWA) says there are going to be changes to the flow of traffic along Mandela Highway starting on Sunday. A release from the agency said a detour will be in effect near the Hydel Group of Schools, but will only impact motorists heading from the direction of Six Miles towards Spanish Town. NWA Communication and Customer Services Manager Stephen Shaw said the detour has been created in order to facilitate the construction of the southern abutment to the overpass bridge. ... Read More

Spotlight on riders

Friday, February 03, 2017    

STATISTICS from the Road Safety Unit (RSU) indicates nine of the 27 people killed on the island’s roadway since the start of the year were motorcycle drivers. “None were wearing helmets... and speed is the major reason for all the crashes,” said Kenute Hare, director of the RSU in the Ministry of Transport and Mining. “Four drivers were killed and none were wearing seatbelts.” “We have a major challenge with people not wearing seatbelts and helmets. They are ... Read More



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