Business View Caribbean September/October 2018

46 47 asphalt –not enough to satis- fy Antigua but at least it gets rid of the oil without dump- ing it in the ground. Reports of the fuel is that you get more miles to the gallon, so a lot of heavy-duty equipment and bus operators are using it because is makes the vehicles more fuel efficient.” Harney-Barnes describes her father as “an innovator and a tinkerer” and recalls growing up in a very inter- esting household. “Mr. Harney gets a little humble about the fuel beginnings,” she claims, “but it started on the kitchen stove in our family home, with him burning off the water from the old oil in Your Home Super Store Townhouse Megastore Phone: +1 (268) 481-3200 Fax: +1 (268) 481-3202 Email: We are located at the corner of All Saints Road and American Road, St. Johns, Antigua PREFERRED VENDORS n Sun General Insurance General Insurance was formed October 22, 1987, with the purpose of acquiring and developing the general insurance portfolio in Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean. The company originally traded under the name CLICO International General Insurance Limited, until February 2012, when it was purchased by Sandridge Ltd. a company owned by businessman, Bernard Weatherhead and the name was changed to Sun General In- surance Inc. The company trades in Anguilla, Antigua, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent & The Grenadines. Sun General Insurance offers one of the most comprehen- sive ranges of general insurance products to be found in the Eastern Caribbean. Its package of over 48 different plans give consumers the most liberal options in protecting life & limb, property, and other assets. Its coverage extends beyond the personal into Employment and Transportation Insurance, thus making attractive packages available to both small and large consumers. n Anjo Insurances n A.S. Bryden & Sons, Ltd. n Townhouse Megastore HARNEY MOTORS LTD. department in anticipation of a future with many more cars on the road. As for what lies ahead, Harney-Barnes says, “In keeping with our founding mindset, we try to stay ahead of the market, always bringing the best products and services to our customers, along with innovative tools to make vehicle ownership and maintenance more affordable and hassle-free. Simultaneously, we strive to run a well-oiled, efficient, and agile machine, thereby ensuring our longevity. “With these initiatives, we aim to exceed our customers’ expectations, obtain 100 percent cus- tomer delight, and show true gratitude for their business.We look forward to continuing our faithful service to the Antiguan and Barbudian public as one of its indigenous partners and the oldest car dealership on the island.” a pressure cooker. After being chased out of the kitchen, literally, he invented his own refinery of sorts. And when the operations outgrew that, we sourced the correct equipment. That was 10 or 11 years ago, and since then we’ve been operating in its current location with the sophisticated equipment that has brought us to this position.” Harney Motors is in the midst of expanding the facility’s service