KINGSTON Wharves Limited (KWL) expects its December quarter to offer an uptick in domestic activity but show flat transshipment activity.
The outlook of the privately held wharf offers a glimpse into the wider economy.
“As we approach the end of 2014, KWL expects a marginal increase in domestic demand while transshipment is expected to remain flat. KWL’s management remains optimistic about future growth prospects and continues its strategic emphasis on expanding its customer base and offering a wider range of competitive regional and international logistics services,” according to KWL Chairman Jeffrey Hall in statements prefacing the company’s financials.
Published in the Jamaica Observer
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