Jamaica to get first service station on Highway 2000
(MENAFN) TransJamaican Highway Limited (TJH) says it will soon begin construction of the first gas station on a Jamaican highway.
According to TJH Managing Director Guillaume Allain, work will begin within a matter of weeks near Old Harbour, as soon as the last authorisation has been obtained.
"It reflects a $200-million investment by our partners, which will in turn create more than 20 sustainable jobs within the community," a news release from TJH's publicists quotes Allain. "We are proud to introduce another quality convenience to our highway clients, with the addition at the Old Harbour east-bound on-ramp."
The company, which built the east-west leg of Highway 2000, also revealed that its partners are expected to develop a second service station in Portmore.
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