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RAMPS Logistics sharing the Christmas spirit…..and more


Last Saturday, year, the local operations of the Trinidad and Tobago company Ramps Logistics, entered into the traditiona­l spirit of the typical Guyanese Christmas, staging its Kids Christmas Motorcade that allowed for the distributi­on of seasonal gifts to two hundred and forty five (245) children resident at the the St. Ann’s Girls Home, Joshua House Children Centre, Shaheeds Boys and Girls Home, Sophia Care Centre, St. Johns Bosco Home, Bless the Children Home, and the Hope Children’s Home.

The company said in a release seen by the Stabroek Business that its Christmas Motorcade “travelled from Brickdam to Enmore” describing the experience as “euphoric” even as the statement emphasized that its “fully vaccinate” volunteers conducted the exercise with the prevailing covid-19 restrictio­ns.

Romps Logistics is one of several expatriate that has been offering specialize­d services to Guyana in the wake of the country’s ongoing preparatio­ns to assume some of the onerous responsibi­lities associated with its emerging oil and gas industry.

Informatio­n available on Ramps Logistics describes the company as a leading provider of freight forwarding and supply chain management services” that specialize­s in offering “transporta­tion and logistics solutions.”

The company was officially incorporat­ed in Guyana in 2013.

 ?? ?? RAMPS Logistics Christmas Cheer Crew*
RAMPS Logistics Christmas Cheer Crew*

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