MACORP recognises customers’ trust, confidence in celebration of 30th anniversary


Machinery Corporation of Guyana Ltd. (MACORP) is celebrating 30 years of operations in Guyana with a pledge to improve on the trust and confidence customers have reposed in the company for the last three decades.

During a cocktail reception at the Guyana Marriott Hotel on Wednesday, the company also awarded long-serving employees and customers.

German Consuegra, MACORP’s President and General Manager said not only has the company been able to build an amazing clientele by the way it has done business over the last 30 years, but it has also achieved and exceeded standards in many aspects.

MACORP Guyana has been ISO certified for the last seven years and has long been the sole authorized in country Caterpillar dealer.

German Consuegra, MACORP’s President and General Manager

“None of this would have been possible without our customers.

“We appreciate the opportunity to work with you in offering our services and products to boost your productivity.

“Thank you for letting us help you and work with you on providing cutting edge technology and solutions,” Consuegra said.

He said MACORP will continue to operate in Guyana for many years to come.

“That’s more than just wishful thinking,” he added while noting that the company was physically expanding while building capacity to raise the bar in continue service to Guyana.

In October 1993, Machinery Corporation of Guyana Ltd. opened its doors.

Three decades later, the company is celebrating the move by its pioneers to negotiate and secure the Caterpillar dealership from National Engineering Corporation.

Meanwhile, Minister within the Ministry of Public Works Deodat Indar recognised MACORP as a fixture in the Guyanese private sector.

He said the company was among those helping the government with its massive infrastructural transformation by providing machinery to get the job done.

Minister within the Ministry of Public Works Deodat Indar

“This is a major part of the resources needed to build out the country,” Indar said.

He noted too that private sector entities are also making big investment and machinery is needed there too.

“This success in growth is not just this single company, it is a cascading thing in all companies.

“Projects are being implemented at break neck speed… MACORP has been one of the companies supporting the works,” Indar added.

He said thes government has done a fantastic job in expanding the economy by providing the right mix of ingredients needed to expand.

And so, he encouraged MACORP to do the same, particularly with the technical training it has been providing to employees.

“It can only do Guyana good,” Indar encouraged.



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