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Ross Imports & Exports

Company was established in Jamaica in 2019 to facilitate the commercialization of international products with the Caribbean islands while collaborating with the expansion of Caribbean companies by exporting their products to other countries and continents.

Proffesional Team

The Ross Imports & Exports Human Resources department has a team of professionals from the sector who can advise you on the best options available to achieve your objectives within your activity, attending to each case individually, guaranteeing that you will obtain the best result.


Currently one of its main objectives is the development of other projects related to the environment for the Caribbean islands that are detailed below:


Renewable Energies and recycling

13 Waste Recycling Plants in 12 countries

Caribe Waste-Energy Project is a registered company under the Jamaica Companies Registration Act. The Project, which would be implemented by European suppliers who would build and maintain the 13 residual power plants with a capacity of 50,000 tons.

Grenada, St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Dominica, Barbados, Trnidad, Tobago,
Antigua & Barbudas, Montserrat, St. Kitts & Nevis, Suriname and
2 plants in British Guyana


This technology involves the processing of municipal solid waste into heat, electricity, and waste-derived fuel. This technique also facilitates efficient waste management while providing clean and efficient energy from waste.

Thermal Treatment Plant

The Plant is designed to convert domestic and industrial waste into electrical and thermal energy and is characterized by its great flexibility in the face of variations in the waste flow. The systems have various energy recovery solutions.


a) Production and wholesale distribution of electricity/energy.

b) Minimize the need to use high-cost landfills, since we recycle most of their waste.

Human Resources

Since the plant is highly automated, it does not require a large amount of manpower to effectively run its 24-hour daily operations. The total number of workers needed is approximately 16 technicians per plant, which includes managers at the country level, such as the country plant operations manager and the main machine operator. In addition, 6 administrative officials are needed, consisting of an Accountant per Country and Administrative Support.