It is with great pleasure that The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) can now confirm the full extent of past and ongoing discussions with Government regarding future economic expansion in Freeport and Grand Bahama.
Topic: Grand Bahama Port Authority
The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA) is once again partnering with the Caribbean Export Development Agency (CEDA) to provide business management training for SMEs on Grand Bahama. Also lending their support is the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce and the Bahamas Agricultural & Industrial Corporation (BAIC).
Management of Bourbon Street Limited have joined with the Ministry of Tourism, Royal Bahamas Police Force and other stakeholders in a new safety campaign particularly geared towards patrons of the Port Lucaya Marketplace (PLM).
Melanie Griffin, Minister of Social Services and Community Development, thanked the Port Authority for their contribution to noteworthy efforts that have helped better the lives of the island’s residents.
The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) played a pivotal role in the International Global Leadership Summit as its President participated in the millionaire round table discussions.
“Port Authority, don’t give away Taino Beach. The west side of Taino Beach does not belong to the Port Authority. It belongs to the people of Freeport,” said attorney and environmentalist, Fred Smith.
In light of Grand Bahama Port Authority Limited (GBPA) former Chairman Ian Fair’s resignation, Member of Parliament for Marco City Gregory Moss is calling for a Bahamian successor.
Mrs. Ginger Moxey, Vice President of The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA) was one of 40 young Bahamians honoured during the recent ’40 Under Forty Awards’ ceremony.
103 silver and 118 bronze awards were presented to successful students from high schools throughout the length and breadth of the island.