BASSETERRE, St. Kitts –- A modern medical equipment package to aid in efforts to manage COVID-19 risks was presented to the St. Christopher Air and Seaports Authority (SCASPA) by Innotech Services Limited to use when the borders of the country reopened to welcome visitors on October 31.
Equipment, valued at more than EC$50,000, was presented to SCASPA by the Chairman of Innotech Services Limited, Mr. Anthony Dasilva. The event took place on Oct. 6, during a special ceremony and tour at the Robert Bradshaw International Airport. Present at the presentation were top government officials, including Minister of Tourism, Transport and Ports, Hon. Lindsay Grant and SCASPA Chairman Mr. Damion Hobson.
The Innotech Group, based in Barbados, is a leading construction company operating in six Caribbean countries. Dasilva revealed that the group also has a locally registered company called Innotech Services, (St. Kitts) Limited.