With over three decades of experience in the local printing industry, family owned business, Eniath’s Printing Company Ltd continues to demonstrate aptitude and agility with its recent investment to promote the diversification of its operations.
Over the last two to three years the company has expanded and diversified its operations and made substantial investment into the food packaging market which entails the printing of folding cartons primarily for the food and beverage industry.
During a recent tour of the 40,000 square footage of production space, Trade Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon lauded the company’s efforts saying that diversification is not just the responsibility of the Government but the responsibility of businesses to diversify their products so they can transition and adapt to a changing economy.
She also commended the company on successfully penetrating of the regional market with its packaging products and underscored that investment in niche sub-sectors as this will result in increased potential to build capacity in the domestic manufacturing sector, and also engender supply chain linkages with various industries, particularly those in the food and beverage sector.
The minister also advised other manufacturers to get certified to increase their export capability by accessing the grant facility under the export booster initiative which is being executed by exporTT.
Isa Mohammed, director and sales manager said the company is very environmentally conscious noting that all the paper waste generated from their production process is recycled and sometimes also reused in the plant operations.