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Business View Caribbean - March 2016 55
do cold calls, and visits, and they use references. And
we keep our ears to the ground in respect to develop-
ments in the market and in the industry.”
Plant Solutions’ commitment to safety has also been
a tactical initiative that helps keep its portfolio active.
“In the last few years, safety had been of paramount
concern for obvious reasons,” Ramsingh states. “And
implementation of safe-to-work management system
and HSE (Health, Safety & Environment) certifications
has been a big focus for companies in this type of en-
vironment in the service side of the business. We were
very early and proactive in getting STOW certified (Safe
To Work). It cost a lot of money, but it’s a badge that
we need to have to be at the forefront of the industry.”
Jason Ramsingh is unabashedly proud of his compa-
ny’s accomplishments and its well-earned reputation.
“We are extremely capable, very flexible, and we have,
often, at our own expense, solved a client’s problem
that saved a relationship,” the General Manager says.
And, as Plant Solutions looks ahead, Ramsingh says
that he would like to see the company increase its mar-
ket share by an additional ten to twenty percent, while
also becoming recognized as one of the leading sup-
pliers of industrial equipment, services, and innovative
solutions to its clients in Trinidad and the Caribbean
region. “But if we want to make that step to a larger
revenue,” he concludes, “we have to capture the larger
value opportunities.”
Aneal Deonarinesingh
Jason Ramsingh
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