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JTS donates 14 tablets to Mount Airy students

Published:Tuesday | January 11, 2022 | 12:06 AM
Beneficiaries of the Jamaica Trading Services’ (JTS) donation share a photo op with Mount Airy’s vice-principal, Keen Johnson, guidance counsellor Lileith Murdock, and JTS representatives Managing Director Mitzie Gordon Burke-Green, Sales and Marketing
Beneficiaries of the Jamaica Trading Services’ (JTS) donation share a photo op with Mount Airy’s vice-principal, Keen Johnson, guidance counsellor Lileith Murdock, and JTS representatives Managing Director Mitzie Gordon Burke-Green, Sales and Marketing Manager Nydia Brissett, and Janique Ankle, customer service agent.

Jamaica Trading Services (JTS) donated 14 tablets to students of the Mount Airy All-Age School in Westmoreland recently.

The donation was initiated by the company’s head, Philip Jackson, a past student of the institution, who also operates the UK-based shipping company West Indies Freight.

The contribution, which included SIM cards and phone credit provided by the Digicel Foundation, was made to assist students attending online classes due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In a release, JTS noted that the industry should play a role in supporting students, some of whom will form “the next generation of shippers”.