Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago Governing Unit (PATTGU)
The Port has been the gateway to the capital of the Twin Island of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago for more than seventy years, but was officially named the Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago on June 14th 1962. The Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (PATT) is a Statutory Authority which was established by Act 39 of 1961, known as the Port Authority Act, Chapter 51:01. The Act provides for a coordinated and integrated system of harbour facilities and port services.
- Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago Governing Unit (PATTGU).
- Port of Spain Infrastructure Company (POSINCO) - the landlord unit.
- Port of Port of Spain (PPOS) - the cargo handling unit.
- Trinidad and Tobago Inter-Island Transportation Company (TTIT) - the inter-island ferry service.
Developing high-performing SBUs to deliver sustainable long-term stakeholder value.
- Core Values
PATT-GU’s Vision is to be the critical enabler in ensuring that all SBUs become efficient, sustainable, responsive and productive organizations.
PATT-GU’s Mission is to ensure that its internal stakeholders achieve their respective mandates, and become leaders in their respective core areas of competence.
PATTGU has undertaken to adopt the following fundamental principles to guide its business dealings:
- Absolute compliance with the letter and spirit of the Constitutional Law and Regulations of Trinidad and Tobago
- The provision of outstanding service to all stakeholders
- The propagation and promotion of equal opportunity work environments in all of the SBUs
- The meeting and exceeding of Board expectation, by ensuring that SBUs deliver on their respective corporate mandates
- The promotion of service excellence, integrity, objectivity, fairness, professional excellence, due care, confidentiality and productivity among SBUs.
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