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Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020

Kelvin Hodge appointed BVIPA Chairman

Kelvin Hodge appointed BVIPA Chairman

Kelvin Hodge has been appointed as the new Chairman of the BVI Ports Authority.
Announcing in the appointment in the House of Assembly on Thursday, Premier Andrew Fahie said Hodge will serve in the post for three years, effective May 13, 2020.

“He is a business entrepreneur and owner and manager Kelly’s Hardware Store, West End, Tortola. He has served the Public Service for 37 years working with the Department of Information Technology and the Treasury Department, Government of the Virgin Islands,” Premier Fahie said.

Hodge succeeds former Chairman, Nathaniel Isaac.

The Premier, in the meantime, has expressed confidence in Hodge to lead and develop the BVIPA’s “potential for enhanced port services and improvement projects”.

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