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Call centre expands in Grenada

ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — Clear Harbor, a provider of customer care and business process outsourcing services, has increased its presence in the eastern Caribbean nation of Grenada with an expansion of its existing business operations.

The company’s new 6,400 square foot, 180-workstation facility in Frequente Industrial Park is now operational and serving existing clients while providing expansion for future growth.

Since opening in Grenada in 2007, the company has grown to employ more than 425 associates serving several US-based clients.

“We welcome Clear Harbor’s expansion in Grenada and look forward to continuing our partnership with the company for years to come,” said Tillman Thomas, prime minister of Grenada.

“Since arriving in Grenada, Clear Harbor and the Grenada Industrial Development Corporation have enjoyed a partnership that has been beneficial for Grenada, our citizens and Clear Harbor,” added the prime minister.

“Grenada has been a very good location for our company and our clients, and we are pleased to be able to continue our expansion there,” said Brian Lambert, chief operating officer of Clear Harbor. “The quality of associates, level of cooperation with Prime Minister Thomas’s administration and available infrastructure all combine to make Grenada a vital part of our business strategy.”

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ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — Clear Harbor, a provider of customer care and business process outsourcing services, has increased its presence in the eastern Caribbean nation of Grenada with an expansion of its existing business operations.

The company’s new 6,400 square foot, 180-workstation facility in Frequente Industrial Park is now operational and serving existing clients while providing expansion for future growth.

Since opening in Grenada in 2007, the company has grown to employ more than 425 associates serving several US-based clients.

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“We welcome Clear Harbor’s expansion in Grenada and look forward to continuing our partnership with the company for years to come,” said Tillman Thomas, prime minister of Grenada.

“Since arriving in Grenada, Clear Harbor and the Grenada Industrial Development Corporation have enjoyed a partnership that has been beneficial for Grenada, our citizens and Clear Harbor,” added the prime minister.

“Grenada has been a very good location for our company and our clients, and we are pleased to be able to continue our expansion there,” said Brian Lambert, chief operating officer of Clear Harbor. “The quality of associates, level of cooperation with Prime Minister Thomas’s administration and available infrastructure all combine to make Grenada a vital part of our business strategy.”