Business View Caribbean | April 2021

65 BUSINESS VIEW CARIBBEAN APRIL 2021 (876) 978 7988 | We Detect. We Deter. We Deliver. KINGSTON |MAY PEN | OCHO RIOS |MONTEGO BAY | PORT ANTONIO SAVANNA-LA-MAR |MANDEVILLE ARMED GUARDS • UNARMED GUARDS • ARMED RESPONSE • K9 DIVISION Ready to move forward, Lifespan is working to complete plans that were delayed due to COVID, including the installation of a chiller system. This system works through a turbine generator, part of the company’s alternative energy plan to utilize more clean energy and further reduce their carbon footprint. The company is also reaching out to new markets, continuing plans for growth and expansion that were stalled in 2020. With countries like Guyana and Barbados on the radar, Lifespan is actively seeking new opportunities. According to Scott, “A small country like Barbados imported 4.5 million US dollars worth of water in 2019, and there are other markets such as Guyana, which is on a strong footing based on their oil. We will get rid of COVID in a year or so, business will go on, people will drink water. So, we are positioning ourselves and we are getting into the marketplace. We are making the calls. You need to talk first, otherwise, they are going to be talking to your competitors.” As Lifespan continues to grow in the direction of their vision statement, “to promote life and health as a global leader in the production of natural spring water products,” the company has much to look forward to, providing an exceptional product, while progressing towards a sustainable, responsible, and profitable future. L I FESPAN COMPANY L IMI TED