Prime Minister receives courtesy call from MACORP

-Company stands ready to “build Guyana together”

Prime Minister Brigadier Mark Phillips, this afternoon, received a courtesy call from senior executive members of the Machinery Corporation of Guyana Limited (MACORP) during which he lauded the Company’s 27-year history in Guyana.  The meeting was held at the Office of the Prime Minister, Colgrain House.

The MACORP team included Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Mr. Guillermo Escarraga; Sales and Marketing Manager, Mr. Jordi Pinol; Human Resources Manager, Ms. Anita Ramprasad and Service and Technical Operations Manager, Mr. Oswin Lynch.

Prime Minister Phillips said the meeting was an excellent opportunity for the Government to better familiarise itself with the Company. He also lauded MACORP’s work in the technical field locally, particularly in the area of career development and training.

“MACORP has been doing business in Guyana for over 27-years years, and so they are truly a Guyanese company…Today was an opportunity to reacquaint ourselves with the company and the various activities that they are involved in,” the Prime Minister said.   

Meanwhile, MACORP’s CEO said the Company stands ready to work with the Government to continue to develop the country.  “Our plan is to build new facilities in the country to support all of the new development we’re going to see in the coming years … We stand ready to support the new initiatives that the Government of Guyana has.  Our relationship has been very successful over the years and we want to continue this relationship… Our motto has been “Let’s build Guyana together” and that’s what we want to continue doing,” Mr.  Escarraga said.


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