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ANSA McAL honours 400 employees

Published: 
Sunday, July 8, 2018
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A Norman Sabga, Executive Chairman, right, ANSA McAL Group of Companies, presents Franka Auguste of Standards Distributors Ltd with her certificate for 40 years of service during the company ’s long service awards ceremony at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s, on Friday night. Photo by:Darren Rampersad

It was a special night for 409 employees of the ANSA McAL Group who were honoured at the company's “Stronger Together” long service awards ceremony, at Queen's Hall, St Anns, Friday.

Executive Chairman A Norman Sabga paid tribute to awardees celebrating 20, 25, 30, 35, and 40 years of service and called on them to continue to be leaders in their communities and ambassadors of the conglomerate.

In his welcome address Sabga said “We got here through good leadership, excellent planning , 6,000 dedicated and loyal staff, very strong brands, a culture of continuous drive for excellence, and great customer service to name a few.

“When you put all that together, we end up with an iconic group of companies, with a market leader in the Caribbean and it is because of this great accomplishment that we're here today.

“The US has a Trump and we have a trump card too, and that trump card is you; our employees that are a loyal, dedicated group of employees that have that market knowledge and drive to compete and as a result of our culture and our staff, that made us what we are today.”

Amongst the group's long service awardees were Andrew Sabga, ANSA McAL's Chief Executive Officer who celebrated 20 years of service, Jerome Borde, Sector Head-Automotive who attained 30 years of service and Nabeel Hadeed, director of the ANSA McAL Foundation, as well as an executive director at TATIL.

Also receiving long service awards were Guardian Media Ltd Branch Manager

Hazel Ross-Perot (20 years) and editor Robert Alonzo (25 years), and well as several other GML family members.

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