From December 11 to 17, 2020 SLASPA’s General Manager, Daren Cenac embarked on a series of staff engagements to update staff on the current affairs of the Authority. The sessions addressed the impacts of COVID-19 on the operations of the organization, security at our ports, developments amid COVID-19, the trajectory of the upcoming financial year, the Hewanorra International Airport Redevelopment Project and issues expressed by employees.
“This has been our most challenging year managing SLASPA,”
says Daren Cenac during his presentations. Statistically so, SLASPA has reported a significant decline in its annual revenue compared to last year and years previous. Since the first case of COVID-19 to our borders almost 10 months ago, the Authority and other organizations have had to face the economic realities of a pandemic, in addition to transforming their strategies to meet the new criteria for COVID-19.
The Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority employs 450 dedicated employees who have joined hands in ensuring that against all odds SLASPA withstands these tests of times. For that, the Executive Management Team salutes you all and thanks you for your attendance at these engagements.