Delta Petroleum’s RGM Sylvester heads five-member delegation to Trinidad

A five-member delegation, headed by Delta Petroleum Regional General Manager Bevis Sylvester, just left Trinidad and Tobago after a number of high level meetings.

Leading the team is Bevis Sylvester, DP’s RGM and accompanying him is Acting Island Manager of Tortola, Andrew Vasconcelos; the Island Manager of Virgin Gorda Samuel Mc Sheen; Senior Truck Driver Diego Penn and the company’s Regional Sales and Marketing Manager, Rawle Nelson.

Sylvester disclosed the delegation’s visit to Trinidad and Tobago is timely and a critically important. He pointed out while there, they would be participating in a two-day training programme geared at raising the level of knowledge and skills of his team.

At Delta Petroleum, we stress a lot on training because we recognise that it is only through this will the knowledge and skills of our employees be enhanced,” he said.

He noted that they would be holding talks with National Petroleum, popularly known as NP, with the view of strengthening and broadening their relationship.

Delta Petroleum's delegation, L-R Front - Bevis Sylvester, Andrew Vasconcelos, Back Row - Diego Penn, Samuel Mc Sheen and Rawle Nelson

We have a great relationship with NP, but we are attempting to take that relationship to another level as we seek to further increase and advance Delta Petroleum’s branding in the market,” Sylvester noted.

He pointed out that the delegation would be visiting a number of places and, not only the current team, but every member of staff would be trained in order to further enhance their knowledge.

The Delta Petroleum boss declared that the visits would also provide his team the opportunity to network and explore the petroleum market, as the company further strives to ensure its products and services offered are of an exceptionally high standard.

He said also that Delta Petroleum would continue along the path of providing Ultra Low Sulphur diesel with the primary objective of maintaining a safe and healthy environment to all and sundry.

Sylvester declared that the trip to Trinidad and Tobago is one of many planned visits that the company intends to undertake in the near future; all of which are geared at providing employees opportunities to improve their skills and knowledge in their respective areas of responsibility.

As a company, we will continue to provide the relevant opportunities geared at enhancing and empowering our employees, as we recognise that they are our greatest assets for the continuance of quality products, excellent service and unbeatable prices,” the RGM said.

A number of representatives from other petroleum companies within the region are attending the training workshop.

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