Antiguan owned company makes worthwhile donation to Customs Division

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The Antigua and Barbuda Customs and Excise Division has benefitted from the kind hearted and generous outreach of one of its valued business partners.

 

Antiguan owned sanitization company JanServ has come forward with a timely contribution of 6 Purell sanitizing wipes wall mounted dispensers for the division’s St. John’s headquarters.

 

Mr. Delano Semper, the company’s Sanitization Sales Technician Specialist, handed over the gift to Senior Inspector Randy Baltimore at JanServ’s office on Sir George H. Walter Highway on 13th September 2021.

 

In accepting the donation, Baltimore expressed his appreciation on behalf of the management and officers of the Antigua and Barbuda Customs and Excise Division.

 

“This donation will certainly serve an extremely valuable purpose. As we provide an essential service to our economy, we are duty bound to ensure that all our officers and the members of the public who move through our offices can do so safely. So this is deeply appreciated,” Baltimore stated.

 

In response, Semper noted: “This gift was made as a demonstration of our commitment to doing our part in keeping Antiguans and Barbudans safe during this CoViD19 Pandemic.”

 

“The Customs Department is a strategic partner and service provider of our company, so we have an acute interest in assisting to keep its employees safe,” he further stated.

 

JanServ is a service mark of The AKHIMO Group Inc., an Antiguan owned

business-to-business solutions distributor and sourcing and procurement agency.

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