Logistics company to help foreign investors setup shop
A newly launched company Guyana Logistics and Support Services Inc. (GLASS) is hoping that with its establishment the interest by foreign companies can be increased in the Mining and promising Oil and Gas industries.
The company has been operating for the last nine months providing services in 12 key areas such as corporate legal services, documentation and licence processing, brokerage services, labour services, IT security, travel and immigration.
During the launching ceremony on Tuesday evening GLASS Managing Director, John Lewis said the new body is already looking at ways to expand the various services it offers. He believes that GLASS will be able to meet the demands of the foreign investment climate.
According to Lewis thorough market research led to setting up of the business that would provide easy access to all of the services the investors would require.
The Managing Director said it is the goal and intention of the company to also cooperate with the University of Guyana to allow graduates and prospective graduates an opportunity to expand their job prospects by registering with GLASS job bank.