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Caribbean Cement Company’s Financial Performance For Q2 June 2019, Saw A 6% Jump In Group Revenue To JA$4.7 Billion

Caribbean Cement Company Limited’s financial performance for the second quarter ending June 2019, saw the Group earning revenue of $4.7 billion, which is an increase of 6% when compared with the same period of 2018. Earnings before interest, depreciation, impairment, amortisation, stockholding and inventory restructuring costs and taxation were $1.8 billion, or 4% higher than […]

JMMB Group Net Profit Up by 17%

Caribbean Cement Company Earned Q1 Revenues Of JA$4.5B, An Increase Of 2% When Compared With Q1 2018.

Parris Lyew-Ayee Chairman of Caribbean Cement Company Limited is reporting that for the quarter ending March 2019, the Group earned revenue of JA$4.5 billion, an increase of 2% when compared with the first quarter of 2018. This as the company continues to build on the gains made in 2018 with key indicators heading in the […]

JMMB Group Net Profit Up by 17%

Carib Cement’s Financial Performance Continues To Grow From Strength To Strength

Carib Cement Company’s financial performance for the second quarter ending June 2018, continues to grow from strength to strength in terms of focus on safety, financial and operational performance and customer-centricity, whilst celebrating achievements via keen attention to corporate social responsibilities. This according to Chairman of the company Parris A. Lyew-Ayee, who also reported that […]

JMMB Group Net Profit Up by 17%

Despite Restructuring Costs And Increased Energy Expenses, CCCL 2017 PBT 15% Higher Than 2016

2017 has been described by the Directors for Carib Cement Company as a transition year. This as the financial performance saw significant improvement over 2016, driven mainly by lower operating expenses, as the restructuring and efficiency improvement programs executed took full effect. Revenue was JA$16.5 billion, which represented an increase of 5% compared to 2016. […]

JMMB Group Net Profit Up by 17%

160 Greenhouses Established On Mined-Out Bauxite Lands Costing Approximately JA$240 Million -Lyew-Ayee

Some 160 greenhouses have been established on mined-out bauxite lands in St. Ann, Manchester, Clarendon, and St. Elizabeth at a cost of approximately $240 million. Executive Director of the Jamaica Bauxite Institute (JBI), Parris Lyew-Ayee, said the greenhouses, which are under vegetable cultivation, are providing earnings of up to $3 million annually for the farmers. […]

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