Corporate Hands


December 07, 2015
Contributed Group photo of employee title holders with Noranda general manager Antoine Liddell (9th left standing) and UAWU President Lambert Brown ( 11th left standing).
Contributed Headley Moore, former bauxite worker, receives his title from Noranda general manager Antoine Liddell
CONTRIBUTED pICTURE: Reggae Boyz defender, Adrian Mariappa, was sure to get a photo with his new friend and aspiring footballer from the STEP Centre, during the team's visit to the institution in Kingston recently.

Noranda Jamaica Bauxite Partners presented over 100l, and titles to employees and vendors at two separate functions held at Noranda recently.

The company and the University and Allied Workers Union (UAWU) were highly commended by UAWU President Lambert Brown for working together to create the housing opportunities for employees of the company on 300 acres of the Minard Estate, Brown's Town, St Ann.

Speaking at the function, which saw more than 30 titles presented to employees who have qualified for entitlement under Phase 1 of the worker housing programme, Brown described the event as, "the crowning achievement of my career."

Noranda's General Manager, Antoine Liddell, who presented the titles, both for the employees and the vendors, said that it was an historic occasion that had given great satisfaction to Noranda.

He said that the titles handover was part of an accelerated programme of facilitating land titles where the company was working with the union and the responsible government agencies to help to secure land ownership for stakeholders who have qualified to purchase and own land.

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