Monday, April 15, 2024

McAL ‘medicine’

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The 36 job losses and axing of five senior managers from ANSA McAL Barbados are part of a plan to make the company stronger and protect the jobs of the more than 1 000 employees in the group.
This was the assertion of Nicholas Mouttet, president and chief executive officer (CEO) of the local conglomerate, a subsidiary of the ANSA McAL group in Trinidad and Tobago.
He said the job cuts in the soon to be merged A & R Tempro, Brydens and Stokes & Bynoe represented less than ten per cent of the near 400 workers employed in the distribution section.
“When we bought Brydens, we ended up with five distribution companies – Stokes & Bynoe, Breweries Distribution, Brydens Distribution, A&R Tempro and Brydens Barbarees.

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