Supplying the quarry demand

Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment, Robert Persaud (second from right) inspecting the off-loading of quarry products following calls by the government for suppliers to build capacity and increase supply. As such, a release from the Ministry of Natural Resources today said that Durban Quarries Inc. has invested in a tug and barge to transport quarry material to supply the demand in Georgetown to the Ministry of Public Works Wharf, Mud Lot Kingston. (Ministry of Natural Resources photo)

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Some of the quarry material offloaded (Ministry of Natural Resources photo)
Some of the quarry material offloaded (Ministry of Natural Resources photo)

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