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Ministry of Works & Transport

Mechanical Services Division

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 Mechanical Services Division assisted the POS Regional Corporation in clearing a parcel of land along the Western Main Road

About the Mechanical Division

The Mechanical Services Division has been a part of the Ministry of Works and Transport since its inception. The contribution of this core technical Division to other Divisions of the Ministry as well as numerous other Government agencies is invaluable as it fulfils its core responsibilities of the acquisition and maintenance of vehicles, mechanical plants and equipment.
The Mechanical Services Division also supports regional corporations and MOWT through the clearing of river ways and other watercourses.

Responsibilities of the Mechanical Division

  • Maintenance of fixed and movable equipment and mechanical plants
  • Provision of advisory services to Government agencies on the purchase, utilization, maintenance and disposal of vehicles, mechanical plants and equipment
  • Management of the acquisition, allocation and disposal of vehicles, mechanical plants and equipment for all the core technical Divisions of the Ministry of Works and Transport
Major Units in the Mechanical Division

  • Mechanical Services Division, Head Office
  • Mechanical Services Division, Guaico (Sub Unit)
  • Mechanical Services Division, San Fernando (Sub Unit)

Contact the Mechanical Division

The Director
Mechanical Division
Ministry of Works and Transport
Mechanical Services Division
Frederick Settlement, Caroni
Fax: 662-2369

De-silting of the La Seiva River, Maraval

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