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AMALGAMATED SECURITY ACQUIRES MASSY SECURITY (GUYANA) INC

AMALGAMATED SECURITY ACQUIRES MASSY SECURITY (GUYANA) INC

On the 7th of March 2019 Amalgamated Security acquired 100% of the shareholding of Massy Security (Guyana) Inc, which operates in the Cash Services, Guarding and Alarm Monitoring fields and has 4 offices in Guyana. Dr. (h.c.) Michael Aboud, Chairman of Amalgamated Security Services Ltd. (ASSL), commented: “When we were made the offer to purchase Massy Security (Guyana), we knew it was the right move to make for us. We had operations in Guyana already and this acquisition will support our strategic objective to be the premier provider of security in any country we operate in. We are delighted that we will be able to keep all employees on board. After merging the two companies, more than 800 highly trained professionals will serve the market in Guyana with an unrivaled level of quality. We are looking forward to exceeding the expectations of all our customers.”

AMALGAMATED SECURITY ACQUIRES MASSY SECURITY (GUYANA) INC

ASSL’s Regional Development Director, Brian Ramsey, added: “Massy Security (Guyana) has a long history in Guyana that reaches back to 1993 when Neal and Massy (Guyana) Ltd. (now Massy (Guyana) Ltd.) and Securicor International (now G4S International) formed a joint venture company for the purpose of providing security services in Guyana. Likewise, the ASSL Group of Companies has a long history having started in 1983 in Trinidad and Tobago and today boasts of a work force of close to 5,000 professionals throughout the Caribbean region with operations in Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Grenada, St. Lucia, Guyana and Antigua. The joining of Amalgamated Security Services (Guyana) Inc and Massy Security (Guyana) Inc will strengthen our security offerings in Guyana as that market expands and will benefit all stakeholders but particularly our existing and future clients.”

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David Affonso, Chairman, Massy Distribution and Brian Ramsey, Regional Development Director, Amalgamated Security shake hands after having signed the share purchase agreement for Massy Security (Guyana) Inc. Onlooking are (left) Chandrakali Maharaj, Senior Legal Counsel Massy Limited and (right) Melissa Inglefield, Partner M. Hamel-Smith & Company.

Publications:

  1. Trinidad Guardian
  2. Barbados Nation
  3. St. Lucia The Voice
  4. Antigua Daily Observer
  5. Trinidad Express
  6. Grenada The New Today
  7. https://www.stabroeknews.com/2019/news/guyana/03/12/tt-firm-acquires-massy-security-guyana/
  8. http://www.ieyenews.com/wordpress/amalgamated-security-acquires-massy-security-guyana-inc/
  9. https://www.pressreader.com/guyana/stabroek-news/20190312/281788515378206
  10. http://www.izatrini.com/post/183402959536/trinidad-firm-acquires-massy-security-guyana

AMALGAMATED SECURITY SPONSORS REGIONAL RECOGNITION AWARDS AT 33RD ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND CONFERENCE OF THE ASSOCIATION OF CARIBBEAN COMMISSIONERS OF POLICE (ACCP) HOSTED IN JAMAICA

Jamaican Commissioner of Police Major General Antony Anderson said he is honoured that the conference will be held in Jamaica from April 30 to May 4 and extended gratitude to the Secretariat of the ACCP (Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police) for their support in its planning and execution. Excellence in policing across the region will also be highlighted through the Amalgamated Security Services Regional Recognition Awards Three outstanding police officers under ACCP member countries will win awards in the categories of Top Caribbean Community Policing Officer, Top Caribbean Crime Fighter, and Top Caribbean Career Move.

Read full article and/or related articles: 

  1. http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/latestnews/Jamaica_to_host_Caribbean_police_commissioners_conference?profile=1228 or 
  2. http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/news/20180430/jamaica-hosts-association-caribbean-commissioners-police-2018
  3. https://jis.gov.jm/jamaica-hosts-accp-conference-april-30-to-may-4/

Congratulations, John Aboud - Chairman of Caribbean, Bermuda and Latin America Crime Stoppers Incorporated (CBLA)

Amalgamated Security Services Limited (ASSL) congratulates its Financial Director John Aboud on his election as Chairman of Caribbean, Bermuda and Latin America Crime Stoppers Incorporated (CBLA). In this position he will be responsible for assisting in the further development of the current Crime Stoppers programmes in twelve jurisdictions whilst increasing the number of such programmes throughout the region. Mr. Aboud also continues to serve as Chairman of Crime Stoppers Trinidad & Tobago (CSTT); as Chairman of the Crime and Justice Committee at the Trinidad & Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce; and as a member of the Trinidad & Tobago National Drug Council. ASSL takes great pride in Mr. Aboud’s significant contributions to these organizations, which reflect ASSL’s constant effort to truly be a socially responsible corporate citizen.

Click to view link: http://crimestopperstt.com/regional-security-firm-supports-crime-stoppers-efforts-in-fighting-transnational-crime/

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Amalgamated Security, Guyana

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Amalgamated Security, Barbados

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Amalgamated Security, Grenada

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Amalgamated Security, St. Lucia

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