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MOTHERWELL, LPRC IMPRESSED WITH PROJECT

Authorities of the Motherwell Bridge Limited (MBL) and the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC) have expressed delight over the manner the rehabilitation of the Product Storage Terminal (PST) is going.

The disclosures were made on Wednesday, February 13, at a dinner held in honor of the visiting Motherwell delegation at the Grand Royal Hotel in Monrovia.
Speaking on behalf of Motherwell was its head Russel Ward who expressed satisfaction over the way the work is going and further expressed optimism that the project will continue to go according to plan where a lot will be improved in making the PST a state-of-the –art-technology.

 

 

 

For his part, Managing Director T. Nelson Williams said they were happy that the project is on track and expressed the conviction that it will continue unhindered. He then used the occasion to thank the head of Lifeforms, Kwasi Atuah, for his level of commitment in ensuring the project is on course. Lifeforms is the representative of Motherwell in Africa.

Board Chairman Dr. Herman Brown briefly remarked they were happy with the pace of the project. “Our eyes have seen the level of progress made so far”, Dr. Brown noted.

The delegation of Motherwell from the United Kingdom and Lifeforms from Ghana that recently visited Liberia as guest of the LPRC were:
Russell Ward, Jim Cambell and John Smith from Motherwell, and Kwasi Atuah, Kwakye Mintah and Robert Yartey  from Lifeforms.

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