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Sean Matthew, General Manager/CEO for the Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority (SLASPA) has submitted his resignation to the Chairman and Port Council. The Resignation letter was submitted on November 30th 2013 and will take effect on March 02, 2014. The Chairman and Port Council in a meeting held today, January 8, 2014 have accepted Mr. Matthew’s resignation.

Mr. Sean Matthew joined SLASPA in 1987 as the Assistant Engineer in Marine and moved up the ranks to Senior Engineer, then Chief Engineer, to Deputy General Manager (Operations and Development), until he was appointed General Manager /CEO of SLASPA in 2007.

During his tenure as General Manager of SLASPA, Mr. Matthew was able to oversee and achieve many projects including the reconfiguration of cargo shed 6, the modernization of cargo handling operations and cargo management systems at Port Castries and the expansion of the departure lounge at Hewanorra International Airport.

In addition, he was instrumental in the automation of many systems and processes at SLASPA which includes the innovative web-based statistical database and the installation of Flights Information Display System at the Airports. In tandem with this was the drive to improve communication with customers, market development, customer service delivery and most importantly employee development and training.

His experience as an Engineer and a business executive led to his appointment as the Chairman of St. Lucia’s National Property Management Company (NIPRO) where he served a successful ten-year term.  He has also served as the Chairman of the St. Lucia Water and Sewage Company, Deputy Chairman of the St. Lucia Tourist Board, Chairman of the Airlift Committee at the SLTB, Executive member of the Saint Lucia National Olympic Committee, a Director on the board of the St. Lucia Marine Terminals Ltd and the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCAA).

Sean Matthew has held the post as GM of SLASPA for six years
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