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  • WithU, a global fitness app, has partnered with Visa, a world leader in digital payments, to provide Visa cardholders in the Latin America & Caribbean region (LAC) free access to WithU’s 1,500+ on-demand workouts.
  • The promotion will provide free access to WithU’s world class coaching for Visa Platinum, Visa Signature and Visa Infinite credit and debit cardholders in 22 countries across Latin America & the Caribbean.
  • Partnering with WithU is Visa’s first expansion of its customer loyalty programme into the fitness sphere, with plans to expand the partnership into further territories in 2024.

LONDONDec. 13, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Fitness app, WithU, is today announcing news of an official partnership with Visa, a world leader in digital payments, in the Latin America & Caribbean region (LAC). Under the partnership, WithU has been selected as a preferred fitness technology partner as part of Visa’s customer loyalty programme.

The partnership commences with a promotion that will provide free access to WithU’s full library of 1,500+ on-demand workouts for up to Visa Platinum, Visa Signature and Visa Infinite credit and debit cardholders across 22 LAC countries. Designed to reward customer loyalty, eligible cardholders will receive six months’ free access to WithU’s world class coaching on the WithU app.

This promotion forms part of Visa’s expansion of its customer loyalty strategy, with WithU selected as the digital payment provider’s first loyalty fitness partner. The LAC promotion marks the first in a series of partnerships between the brands, with plans to expand into further territories in 2024.

Steve Clarke, founder and CEO of WithU says, “At WithU, our mission is to bring world class coaching to everyone, to help people globally to build a sustainable fitness routine. This partnership with Visa LAC is an extremely exciting step that supports us on this mission. In rewarding Visa customers with access to our full library of fitness and wellness content, we hope to provide access to quality coaching that can become part of the daily lives of millions at every stage of their fitness journey across Latin America and the Caribbean.

We’re honoured to be Visa’s first fitness partner in the loyalty space, and look forward to continuing our relationship with further launches in new territories in 2024 and beyond.”

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  • Partnership period: December 2023 – December 2025
  • Partnership applies to eligible customers in the following countries: Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Aruba, Curacao, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago.
  • The promotion is available to Visa Platinum, Visa Signature and Visa Infinite credit & debit cardholders only.
  • Eligible cardholders receive free 6 months access to WithU.
  • Issuing banks have the option to increase the offer for a further 6 months for their cardholders
  • At the end of the promotion period (6 or 12 months) cardholders have the option to extend their access (post promotion offer) for a one off fee of $10.
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World Trade Center Miami Concludes Americas Food and Beverage Show and Conference with Record Attendance and Announces Dates for 2024

Next Year’s Event scheduled for September 16th-18th, 2024,
will Bring More Variety and Greater Innovation
to Create a Global Market Destination for the Food and Beverage Industry

MIAMI, Sept. 21, 2023 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Organized by the World Trade Center Miami (WTCM), the 27TH Americas Food and Beverage Show and Conference closes with record-breaking attendance of more than 7,000 buyers, suppliers, distributors and industry experts spanning over 90 countries and thousands of products.

This year’s event attracted a wide range of industry professionals eager to network, expand business partnerships, connect with customers, and explore new food and beverage products. With the support of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture, the event was exceptionally well received, serving as an incubation and convening platform for industry growth and collaboration. Comments from exhibitors, buyers, and distributors, included:

  • “From the show’s opening, it’s been a resounding success! Just on opening day we had more than 133 meetings, and today we’re on track to do the same; we’ve even sold entire containers which is huge for us,” said Desiree Santos, an Export Executive for the Dominican Republic pavilion. “It’s our second year at the show, and we expect to be back next year.”
  • “We’re excited to be here showcasing our solutions and services, as well as our commitment to innovation,” said Pedro Penton, President, TecnicaSystems. “Engagements that take months to plan and execute happen real-time at the event, helping to fast track our pipeline.”
  • “Our participation at the AF&BS allows us to showcase our products to a wide range of distributors and buyers from across the globe, all in one place,” said Bryon Coleman, Senior Vice President, Jones Dairy Farms. “Our presence allows us to reconnect with customers, build relationships, and fast track countless discussions, meetings and buyer opportunities that help to enhance our sales efforts.”

“We’re delighted with this year’s turnout, lineup and engagement,” said Ivan Barrios, CEO World Trade Center Miami. “The event convened an impressive lineup of Industry experts who shared insights on the latest in sustainable packaging, ready-to-drink alcoholic beverages and mocktails, organic offerings and innovations in healthy meal prep. The event also showcased best-in-class, interactive demonstrations highlighting innovations moving our industry forward.”

For 2024, the World Trade Center Miami and Informa Markets will present the first edition and collaboration by co-locating the Americas Food & Beverage Show & Conference and Food Hospitality LATAM.  This collaboration seeks to create a global platform for the entire culinary spectrum.

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The World Trade Center Miami (WTCM), founded in 1971, is a non-profit organization and member of the preeminent global trade organization, the World Trade Centers Association with over 300 World Trade Centers located in more than 90 countries around the world.

For more than 50 years, the WTCM has facilitated international commerce in Miami-Dade County, Florida. Through renowned trade shows, missions, special events, educational programs, promotion of two-way trade and other forms of assistance, the WTCM plays a leading role in spurring Miami’s emergence as a hemispheric center for global trade. The diverse portfolio of WTCM programs and trade shows generates international sales, boosts exports, and fosters the ideal environment for international investment.

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World Trade Center Miami and Hispanic Retail Chamber of Commerce Introduce Hosted Buyer Program at Americas Food and Beverage Show

MIAMI, June 28, 2023 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The World Trade Center Miami (WTCM) and the Hispanic Retail Chamber of Commerce (HRCC) are pleased to announce their collaboration agreement to launch a groundbreaking initiative: the introduction of a Hosted Buyer Program for the Americas Food and Beverage Show and Conference. This historic collaboration aims to enhance business opportunities and foster valuable connections within the food and beverage industry.

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As one of the leading international trade organizations dedicated to promoting global commerce, the World Trade Center Miami recognizes the importance of facilitating meaningful business relationships. By partnering with the Hispanic Retail Chamber of Commerce, an influential organization representing the interests of Hispanic retailers, this collaboration aligns the expertise and resources of both entities to create a unique platform for growth.

The Americas Food and Beverage Show and Conference, renowned for showcasing the latest trends and innovations in the industry, will now offer an exclusive Hosted Buyer Program. This program will invite pre-qualified U.S. and international buyers and decision-makers to participate in a personalized and curated experience, connecting them with exhibitors, suppliers, and potential business partners. The aim is to drive trade and investment opportunities, fostering economic growth within the Americas’ food and beverage sector.

The Hosted Buyer Program at the Americas Food and Beverage Show will feature a series of curated networking events and exclusive matchmaking sessions. Participants will gain access to a diverse range of exhibitors, suppliers, and industry experts, enabling them to explore new products, trends, and business opportunities.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with the Hispanic Retail Chamber of Commerce to introduce the Hosted Buyer Program for the Americas Food and Beverage Show,” said Alice Ancona, SVP & COO at the World Trade Center Miami. “This initiative represents a significant milestone in our efforts to facilitate global trade and connect key players in the industry. By creating an avenue for meaningful business interactions, we aim to generate valuable opportunities for exhibitors and buyers alike.”

The Hispanic Retail Chamber of Commerce is equally enthusiastic about the collaboration. “We are excited to partner with the World Trade Center Miami to bring this unique Hosted Buyer Program to the Americas Food and Beverage Show,” said Julio Ibáñez, President & Chairman of the Board at the Hispanic Retail Chamber of Commerce. “This program will provide a platform for Hispanic retailers and businesses to expand their networks, access new markets, and forge fruitful partnerships. Together with the World Trade Center Miami, we are committed to supporting the growth and success of the food and beverage industry.”

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About World Trade Center Miami
The World Trade Center Miami is a non-profit organization dedicated to facilitating international trade and economic development for businesses in Miami and the surrounding regions. It offers a range of services, including trade education, market research, and networking opportunities, to support companies in expanding their global reach.

About Hispanic Retail Chamber of Commerce
The Hispanic Retail Chamber of Commerce is a leading organization representing the interests of Hispanic retailers across the United States. It aims to foster the growth and success of Hispanic-owned businesses by providing advocacy, resources, and networking opportunities. The chamber strives to empower its members through education, mentorship, and community engagement.

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Cloud Carib Expands Managed Cloud and ICT Services Business to Ecuador

The new data centre is the company’s sixth facility overall and first in Latin America

CaribPR Wire, NASSAU, Bahamas, March 29, 2018: Cloud Carib, a provider of managed cloud and ICT services, announces its expansion into Latin America with the opening of a new CaribPod, or data centre, in Ecuador. The CaribPod in Ecuador is a Tier 4 facility from which Cloud Carib will provide managed cloud and ICT services to regional businesses and government agencies.

Last month, Cloud Carib announced that 2017 was a record year for the company, with revenue doubling year-over-year and the addition of over 40 new ICT jobs. Growth was spurred by organizations seeking cloud technology expertise and help understanding the risks and regulations necessary to leverage and accelerate digital transformation.

Cloud Carib also operates data centres in the Bahamas (Nassau and Freeport), Jamaica, Barbados and Panama. The Ecuador CaribPod is supported by Cloud Carib’s Command and Control Centre in Nassau, which offers round-the-clock support and service to clients including leading financial services organizations and governments.

With the opening of its Ecuador CaribPod, Cloud Carib is well positioned to accelerate expansion plans into Latin America, according to CEO Scott MacKenzie. “The Caribbean and Latin America are just beginning to pursue digital transformation to boost local economies and deliver better, more efficient services to citizens,” says MacKenzie. “We are committed to being the region’s premier provider of cloud and managed ICT services, and we’ll continue to invest in our infrastructure over the coming months.”

About Cloud Carib
Cloud Carib is the region’s premier provider of managed cloud services founded upon the principles of delivering quality, agility, and value for every client. Solutions range from complex bespoke dedicated private cloud offerings to hybrid cloud services. Every solution provides clients with controlled costs, unrivaled levels of service, and unparalleled levels of data protection and privacy – when and where privacy matters.

Cloud Carib expande sus Servicios Administrados en la Nube y TIC a Ecuador

El nuevo centro de datos es la sexta instalación de la compañía y la primera en América Latina

CaribPR Wire, NASSAU, Bahamas, March 29, 2018: Cloud Carib, proveedor de servicios administrados en la nube y TIC,anuncia su expansión a América Latina con la apertura de un nuevo CaribPod, o centro de datos, en Ecuador. El Caribpod de Ecuador es una instalación de Nivel 4 desde la que Cloud Carib ofrecerá servicios administrados en la nube y TIC para las empresas regionales y agencias gubernamentales.

El mes pasado, Cloud Carib anunció que 2017 fue un año récord para la compañía, con ingresos que se duplicaron año tras año y la adición de más de 40 nuevos puestos de trabajo en TIC. El crecimiento fue impulsado por las organizaciones que buscan experiencia en tecnología en la nube y ayudan a comprender los riesgos y las regulaciones necesarias para aprovechar y acelerar la transformación digital.

Cloud Carib también dispone de centros de datos en las Bahamas (Nassau y Freeport), Jamaica, Barbados y Panamá. El Caribpod de Ecuador recibe soporte del Centro de Control y Comando de ClaudCarib en Nassau, que ofrece soporte y servicio las 24 horas a sus clientes, en los que se incluyen gobiernos y organizaciones líderes en el sector financiero.

Con la apertura del Caribpod de Ecuador, Cloud Carib está bien posicionada para acelerar sus planes de expansión en América Latina, según su director ejecutivo, Scott MacKenzie. “El Caribe y América Latina están empezando a buscar la transformación digital para impulsar a las empresas locales y ofrecer servicios mejores y más eficientes a los ciudadanos”, afirma MacKenzie. “Nos comprometemos a ser el principal proveedor de servicios de TIC administrados en la nube y de la región, y seguiremos invirtiendo en nuestra infraestructura en los próximos meses”.

Sobre Cloud Carib
Cloud Carib es el principal proveedor de servicios administrados en la nube de la región, sus principios son: ofrecer calidad, agilidad y valor para cada cliente. La gama de soluciones cubre tanto servicios de nube privada y personalizada como servicios de nube híbrida. Cada solución proporciona a los clientes precios controlados, niveles de servicio inigualables y niveles incomparables de protección de datos y privacidad – cuando y donde la privacidad importa.

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Brazil Is the Site of the Most Important Internet Event in Latin America and the Caribbean

FOZ DO IGUAÇU, Brazil, May 23, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The promotion of integrated efforts at developing the Internet in Latin America and the Caribbean was prominently underscored during the first day of sessions of the meeting LACNIC 27, being held May 22-26 in Foz do Iguaçu.

The opening session featured Ariel Graizer (LAC-IX), Eduardo Santoyo (LACTLD), Demi Getschko (, Hartmut Glaser (, and Wardner Maia (LACNIC). “Given the overwhelming interest, registration had to be closed two weeks before the start,” said Maia. More than 650 people were in attendance, not including the 420 attending from a distance. The session also included a welcome by LACNIC’s president to the first woman to serve as co-moderator of the LACNIC Public Policy Forum, Paola Pérez.

Demi Getschko stressed the importance of being able to contribute as a co-organizer of the debates generated at LACNIC events. “Several challenges in the Internet space have caused concern, including attacks, regulations and neutrality. It is, therefore, important for us to remain vigilant of aspects such as these that can affect the Internet as a whole,” he explained. Harmut Glaser reminded everyone that “this week, the Internet’s headquarters in Latin America and the Caribbean is Foz do Iguaçu.” Certain topics of special interest to the region, such as IPv6 growth and local traffic exchange, were also highlighted.

The panel on the “Internet of the Future: Its Evolution over the Next 10 Years” was moderated by Oscar Robles, Executive Director of LACNIC, and included members Adiel Akplogan (ICANN), Cristine Hoepers (, Flavio Amaral (Netflix) and Matías Quintanilla (Telefónica Argentina). Cristine addressed concerns such as security, stating that these should not focus solely on an attack response, but also implementation of good practices that do not increase the contribution of devices and networks with attacks. Adiel underscored the need to consider privacy at every level of the network. Flavio talked about the increasing interest of companies in providing users with more and more personalized content. Matías wrapped up the session discussing the important role that the 5G will play in the medium-term evolution of the Internet.

The opening session also included ICANN CEO Göran Marby. “The Internet gets larger when we connect and smaller when we disconnect. It is because of this that we need for more people from different places to say what needs to be improved and how. The collaboration that exists in Latin America and the Caribbean is a model for the rest of the world.”

The 27th meeting of the Latin American and Caribbean Internet Addresses Registry (LACNIC) will hold activities through May 26 and is co-organized with the support of the Internet Management Committee in Brazil ( and Information and Coordination Nucleus of Dot BR ( Those who are interested in following the debates can participate from a distance at

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SC Johnson Central America Named the Top 2017 Best Multinational Workplace

Company Recognized for Culture of Respect and Inclusion for the 10th Time

RACINE, Wisconsin, May 4, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ – SC Johnson, maker of trusted brands like Glade®, Raid®, Mr Musculo® and Baygon® today announced SC Johnson Central America has been recognized as the top 2017 Best Multinational Company by the Great Place to Work® Institute. This is the second time the company earned the No. 1 spot in the rankings which includes Costa Rica, Central America and the Caribbean.

This is SC Johnson Central America’s 10th consecutive appearance in the ranking. The company was also the No. 1 rated Best Multinational Workplace in 2016.

“Congratulations to the people of SC Johnson Central America for building a culture of respect and inclusion,” said Fisk Johnson, Chairman and CEO of SC Johnson. “The ranking is a testament to their efforts in building a great environment for the people who make SC Johnson a success.”

The Central America team joins SC Johnson Venezuela, France, Germany, Poland, Greece, Mexico, Canada and the United Kingdom on the 2017 list of Best Workplaces.

The Best Workplaces list is the world’s largest annual study of workplace excellence. The ranking is determined by the results of an employee opinion survey and information provided about company culture, programs and policies.

In the United States, SC Johnson has been included 28 times in Working Mother magazine’s list of the “100 Best Companies for Working Mothers” and last year received a perfect score of 100 percent on the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index.

Also in 2016, SC Johnson was named one of the 25 World’s Best Multinational Workplaces by the Great Place to Work® Institute, earning the 20th spot in the ranking. It was the company’s fifth year to be included on the list.

About SC Johnson

SC Johnson is a family company dedicated to innovative, high-quality products, excellence in the workplace and a long-term commitment to the environment and the communities in which it operates. Based in the USA, the company is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of household cleaning products and products for home storage, air care, pest control and shoe care, as well as professional products. It markets such well-known brands as GLADE®, KIWI®, OFF!®, PLEDGE®, RAID®, SCRUBBING BUBBLES®, SHOUT®, WINDEX® and ZIPLOC® in the U.S. and beyond, with brands marketed outside the U.S. including AUTAN®, TANA®, BAMA®, BAYGON®, BRISE®, KABIKILLER®, KLEAR®, MR MUSCLE® and RIDSECT®. The 131-year-old company, which generates $10 billion in sales, employs approximately 13,000 people globally and sells products in virtually every country around the world.

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Midea expands operations for Latin America and the Caribbean

Portfolio includes full line of home appliances and portable devices, plus residential and commercial air conditioners

MIAMI, Jan. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Midea, a global leader in air conditioning and appliances, present in more than 150 countries, will invest US $ 30 million in expanding its business to Latin and Central America. The operation’s Head Quarter will be in Miami, where the launch of the project will take place on January 23rd at the Pullman Hotel.

The company, with revenues of over US $ 24 million, more than 20 factories and 124 thousand employees worldwide, aims to reach a key area for its global expansion strategy, Latin America and the Caribbean, which in 2016 only, had a volume of 12 million units sold, with average revenues of US $ 3.1 million.

Currently, Midea is present in the region in Brazil, Argentina and Chile, through the joint venture with American Carrier. “Our goal is to strengthen even more the brand globally, positioning products with the latest technology and quality,” says Joao Claudio Guetter, CEO of Midea LATAM.

“The strategy will be to introduce the products gradually with a launching schedule. To win local consumers, we will develop a differentiated product line, which will have the characteristics of each country where they will be offered, with specific design that pleases the consumer”.

The headquarters of the new operation was chosen for its geographical location, ease of finding bilingual professionals and the proximity to clients who have offices in the city, since they buy directly from the exporters in Miami.

Midea will market air conditioners; heaters, fans and humidifiers; water heaters; complete kitchen line; small appliances; vacuum cleaners and laundry line. The products will be brought from factories in China and Brazil.

About Midea

Founded in 1968, Midea Group is a World Fortune 500 company, and has grown to be one of the world’s largest manufacturers and exporters of household appliances.

Over 150 countries and regions, Midea employs over 124,000 people worldwide, including engineers, researchers, and industrial designers worldwide, which help the company to lead with innovative concepts that enrich the lives of consumers, in addition to providing manufacturing expertise and scale to business partners Around the world.

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Ministers from the European Union, Latin America and the Caribbean united at the CELAC-UE Conclave

Dominican Republic Foreign Minister Miguel Vargas called out to participants so that efforts be oriented towards consensus, focusing on what unites us.

Vargas will preside the plenary of the Conclave that will reunite delegations from over 59 countries.

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic, Oct. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ – Dominican Republic has become the capital of transatlantic diplomacy today with the reception of more than 30 ministers and 59 delegations of countries participating at the first meeting of Foreign Ministers and Senior Officials of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) and the European Union states, event that will be held until Wednesday.

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC host of the conclave of ministers of foreign affairs of Latin American, Caribbean and European Union CELAC-UE.

Federica Mogherini, Vice President and High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security will accompany the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Miguel Vargas Maldonado, in the development of the CELAC-UE meetings in the Caribbean nation.

The Minister from the Dominican Republic, motivated his counterparts from the Community of Latin American and Caribbean-European Union to participate actively in the dialogues, exhorting that the decisions taken should be based on consensus among participants, putting the general interest of bi-regional community first.

“We are at a critical point, where we are committed to ensure that the European CELAC-EU forum fulfills its transcendental purpose that has arisen facing common global challenges.”

“Therefore, I appeal to you all, so that your efforts are oriented towards consensus, under a constructive spirit, aimed at reconciling positions, putting aside what separates us, focusing on the goals that unite us”, added chancellor Vargas, as he welcomes the start of the of conclave discussions with a meeting of Senior Officials of the CELAC-EU.

Delegations Arriving

Since early hours, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been receiving the different delegations arriving in the country which include on the side of Latin American and Caribbean countries, the Vice President and Foreign Minister of Panama, Isabel De Saint Malo Alvarado; the foreign ministers of Chile, Heraldo Muñoz; Colombia, Maria Angela Holguin; Haiti, Perriot Delienne; Ecuador, Guillaume Long; El Salvador, Hugo Martinez; Guatemala, Carlos Raul Morales Moscoso; Bolivia, David Choquehuanca Cesoede; Belize, Wilfred Elrington; Antigua and Barbuda, Charles Henry Fernandez.

The ministers of Dominica, Francine Baron; Bahamas Frederick Mitchell; Barbados, Maxine McClean; Jamaica, Kamina Johnson Elizabeth Smith; Saint Kitts and Nevis, Mark Brantley; Argentina, Susana Malcorra; Honduras, Maria Dolores Lara Aguero; Costa Rica, Manuel González Sanz and Paraguay, Eladio Loizaga.

Meanwhile already in the Dominican capital are the European foreign ministers: from Portugal, Augusto Santos Silva; Latvia, Edgar Rinkevis; Poland, Witold Easzcykowski; Bélgoica, Didier Reynders; Slovakia, Miroslav Lajkac; Luxembourg, Jean Asselborn and Hungary, Peter Szijjarto.

Delegations led by deputy ministers and officials have arrived in Santo Domingo to join technical meetings, whose first and preliminary sessions initiated Sunday afternoon at the Foreign Relations Convention Center.

Several sessions of this kind will take place until tomorrow Tuesday afternoon, when the formal meeting of the Foreign Ministers will initiate with an opening ceremony led by Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Dominican Republic, Miguel Vargas and Vice President / High Representative of the European Union Affairs Foreign and Security Federica Mogherini, with the presence of the Dominican President Danilo Medina.

Foreign Minister Miguel Vargas pointed out that in accordance with the commitment made by the Dominican Republic as a country holding the Presidency Pro Tempore of CELAC, the Ministry has deployed all the arrangements and requirements for this encounter between Latin American, European, and Caribbean partners, stemming that the meetings be held auspiciously, with the will of strengthening the bi-regional dialogue for the benefit of our peoples and nations.

The Foreign Ministry has worked with effort and dedication to uphold the image of the country and further strengthen the regional leadership of the Dominican Republic.

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APR Energy Signs Six-Month Contract Extension for Guatemala Mining Project

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., July 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — APR Energy plc (LSE: APR), a global leader in fast-track power solutions, today announces that it has signed an extension for its 16MW power project supporting a mining customer in Guatemala. APR Energy’s mobile diesel generators have served as the sole power source for the crucial operations of the mine, which operates independently from the local grid system. The project, which began in January 2013, now is contracted to run into the first quarter of 2016.

“We are pleased that the customer has again extended our contract. It is a testament to our ability to safely deliver the reliable power needed by energy-intensive operations such as mining,” said Tom Caldwell, Managing Director of APR Energy’s Americas region.

“Extractive industries typically require round-the-clock power with variable load savings, and this project is one of a growing list of successful solutions that we have provided to mining companies and other industrial facilities around the world,” Caldwell added.

APR Energy’s power solutions for extractive and other industrial companies also have included a 2011 project in Mozambique with Vale, the second largest commercial mining company in the world; one for a copper mine in northwest Botswana in 2012; and an ongoing project for a mining company in the South Pacific.

About APR Energy

APR Energy is the world’s leading provider of fast-track mobile turbine power. Our fast, flexible and full-service power solutions provide customers with rapid access to reliable electricity when and where they need it, for as long as they need it. Combining state-of-the-art, fuel-efficient technology with industry-leading expertise, our scalable turnkey plants help run cities, countries and industries around the world, in both developed and developing markets. For more information, visit the Company’s website at

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