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Kirk Distributors is proud to have been able to assist the Edwin Allen High team with preparations for Champs 2017. KDL is a long-time supporter of the team which looks set to continue its winning ways at this year’s ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys & Girls Championships. Recently, Senior Product Manager Kadian Parkins visited the team in camp […]
Kirk Distributors Limited celebrated its 10th Anniversary by recognizing the contribution of its employees to the company’s phenomenal growth. Among those recognized were employees who had been with the organization since its inception, and those who had given exceptional service in 2016. The awardees were feted during the company’s Long Service Awards banquet held at […]
CEO & Chairman of Cari-Med and Kirk Distributors Ltd. Dr Glen Christian, had the full attention of the audience as he spoke about his philosophy of employee engagement. He was part of a panel of CEOs at the recent forum on ‘Transformational Leadership in Jamaica: Tangible Applications in Business’ staged by the Alumni of the Mona School […]
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Driven by passionate people and a common purpose, Kirk Distributors Limited brings beloved brands to consumers across Jamaica. Incorporated in 2005, Kirk Distributors Limited took over the operations and distribution of the Colgate-Palmolive portfolio which includes household names like Colgate Toothpaste, Protex, Castile, Carib Carbolic and Refresh bar soaps. Many of our brands including Ajax, […]
Residents of the district of Brandon Hill, Clarendon turned out on Sunday, July 10 to pay tribute to one of its most prominent citizens – Hon. Glen Christian, founder and CEO of the Cari-Med Group. The event was organized by the leadership of the Privilege Baptist Church and friends of Brandon Hill. . Mr. Christian […]
The Union Gardens Infant School was officially declared open by Prime Minister and Member of Parliament, Hon. Portia Simpson-Miller and Minister of Education, Hon. Ronald Thwaites. The school, which has a capacity to accommodate 150 students between ages 3 ½ to 5 years, was constructed at a cost of $174M through a public-private sector partnership spearheaded by the Union Gardens Foundation.