JM | Feb 27, 2023

PSOJ meets with new Carreras boss

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Metry Seaga (third left), president of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica, met with the new managing director of Carreras, Franklin Murillo (second right) and Anti-Illicit Trade & Engagement Manager, Legal & External Affairs, Olivia Bertrand (second left). Also present for the meeting (from left) were the PSOJ’s Anika Jengelley, member relations manager; Imega Breese McNab, executive director; and Georgette Bolton-Smith, policy, programmes & research manager.

The executive of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) met last week with the newly appointed managing director of Carreras Limited, Franklin Murillo.

The meeting took place at the PSOJ’s 39 Hope Road, Kingston 10 head office. The PSOJ team was headed by its President, Metry Seaga, who commented: “It is always a pleasure meeting with our members and actively engaging with them about how we can add value to their membership experience.”

For his part, Murillo indicated Carreras’ pleasure meeting with the PSOJ executive and committed to the company’s continued partnership with the powerful private sector lobby.


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