PBS Jamaica Donates 40 Multi-Function Printers to 40 Schools across the Island

PBS Jamaica donated 40 Xerox multi-function printers to the Ministry of Education for distribution to 40 schools across the island. PBS Jamaica is part of the PBS Group of companies, which is part of the Facey Commodity Group.

The 40 printers are valued at US$150,000 (J$15 million).

In making the presentation at the offices of the Ministry of Education, Melanie Subratie, a Director of the PBS Group said she was pleased to be able to make a significant contribution to the education sector at this time, on behalf of the company.

According to the Operations Manager of Productive Business Solutions Jamaica, Paul Reid, “Our company has donated these machines to Ministry of Education ahead of the start of the new school year and we hope they will be used in the most productive way possible. The PBS Group of companies, and Xerox, provide many solutions for the field of education, so we will be looking at introducing these to our customers in the future.”

According to Mr Reid, the technical staff of PBS Jamaica – exclusive distributor in Jamaica of the Xerox machines – will provide technical support for the certified, pre-owned multi-function printers.

PBS Jamaica is an associate company of Musson (Jamaica) Limited – which is currently celebrating its 50th Anniversary – and is part of the PBS Group of companies, distributors of Xerox, Cisco and Oracle Products across the Caribbean and Central America. The PBS Group employs 1,500 members of staff and operates in 14 countries in the USA, Caribbean and South America.

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