PHOTO: ATL Automotive opens US$3-m body shop
Adam Stewart (centre), executive chairman of ATL Automotive Group, cuts the ceremonial ribbon at the launch of ATL Automotive Bodyworks in Montego Bay, St James, Wednesday. From left: Patrick Wilson, group managing director at ATL Automotive; Councillor Dwight Crawford, of the Montego Bay Municipial Corporation; Janet Silvera, president, Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce; Marlene Malahoo Forte, minister of legal and constitutional affairs; Audley Shaw, minister of transport and mining; Petrena Purser, head ofbusiness at ATL Automotive West; Senator Janice Allen, Opposition spokesperson on tourism; and Councillor Richard Vernon, deputy mayor of Montego Bay, join in the occasion. (Photo: Andredesignz Young)

Adam Stewart (centre), executive chairman of ATL Automotive Group, cuts the ceremonial ribbon at the launch of ATL Automotive Bodyworks in Montego Bay, St James, Wednesday. From left: Patrick Wilson, group managing director at ATL Automotive; Councillor Dwight Crawford, of the Montego Bay Municipial Corporation; Janet Silvera, president, Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce; Marlene Malahoo Forte, minister of legal and constitutional affairs; Audley Shaw, minister of transport and mining; Petrena Purser, head of(Photo: Andredesignz Young)

business at ATL Automotive West; Senator Janice Allen, Opposition spokesperson on tourism; and Councillor Richard Vernon, deputy mayor of Montego Bay, join in the occasion.

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