One of Barbados' international business companies, Doyle
Offshore Sails, was praised recently by Minister of Industry,
International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development,
Hon. Donville Inniss for being a "very unique company"
and a gold standard for Barbadian companies to follow.
According to Minister Inniss, the 30-year old local sail-making
company, which recently celebrated its move into new facilities in
Six Roads, St. Philip, is an export-driven organisation, generating
nearly US$2 million in foreign exchange each year.
"Doyle Offshore Sails is a very unique company. Not just a
unique product, but certainly the manifestation of the skills and
the citizenship of those who put this all together. You're a
shining example of where Barbados needs to go," the Minister
General Manager of the company, Dana Seymour said he was excited
to move into the new building and also about the new ideas the
company had for the facility and further production of sails.
Doyle Caribbean is the sail maker of choice for hardworking
charter boats and intrepid cruisers. They also provide a range of
high quality canvas products for boats. The company currently has
operations in the British Virgin Islands and Barbados, with
affiliates stretching from Puerto Rico to Panama.
Adapted from the Nation Newspaper
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