is a publicly-traded master limited partnership (NYSE:BPL) that provides mid-stream energy logistics services. In 2011 Buckeye acquired the Bahamas Oil Refining Compa-ny (BORCO) oil storage terminal in Freeport. The terminal delivers a best in class storage and trad-ing platform for the region, while providing economic development and jobs for The Bahamas and the region. It is the largest storage terminal facility in the Caribbean, with the ability to store, blend, tran-ship, and bunker fuel oil, crude oil and various petroleum products in addition to 23 million barrels of storage capacity. The facility’s deepwater jetties can berth the largest-sized vessels.
a subsidiary of The Bank of Nova Scotia, offers a comprehensive line of retail and commercial services, including electronic cash management services through their extensive network of branches across the country. Scotiabank has operated in The Bahamas since 1956. Scotiabank Bahamas currently operates a network of multiple branches offering retail, commercial, and cash management services to individuals, as well as small and medium-sized businesses and corporations
produces expandable polystyrene beads at its 45-acre site. It ships the plastic product, which is used in the manufacture of disposable food service containers, to the plants of its primary customer, Dart Container Corp., in the United States, Australia, Argentina, Mexico, and the United Kingdom
is the second largest producer of construction aggregates in the United States, supplying the crushed stone, sand, and gravel used to build roads, sidewalks and building foundations. The Company owns the highly automated Bahama Rock facility on Grand Bahama. This state-of-the-art aggregates plant and ship-loading facility serves customers from Maryland to Texas, as well as throughout the Caribbean.
is a leading international corporation committed to innova-tion and technology with businesses spanning the globe. Its diverse array of holdings range from some of the world’s biggest retailers to property development and infrastructure to the most technologically-advanced and marketing-savvy telecommunications operators. In recent years Hutchison Whampoa Limited has invested in a number of projects on Grand Bahama. This investment programme included the construction of a state-of-the-art Container Port capa-ble of handling 1.8 million TEU annually and the 1,250 room Grand Lucayan Beach & Golf Resort. In addition, Hutchison Port Holdings and Port Group Ltd. have jointly developed a new cruise ship facility and a 128,000 square foot U.S. passenger terminal at Grand