The Trinidad and Tobago Shipbuilding & Repair Maritime Cluster and its commercial entity the Shipbuilding & Repair Development Company of T&T Limited (SRDC) continue to work with the Government of Trinidad and Tobago to ensure that the shipping and related maritime services industry provides a viable, profitable and sustainable contribution to the economic, social and environmental development of the Country.

The SRDC is also committed to following and adhering to all the relevant, environmental laws and policies and the Multilateral Environmental Agreements signed on to by Trinidad and Tobago, especially the recent Paris Agreement in which Trinidad and Tobago has joined with the rest of the world in curbing the rate of global temperature increases.

We will ensure that any new projects which may impact the environment and communities, will be managed effectively utilizing the best professionals in the field. We will also constantly monitor, evaluate and change operations if necessary if communities and the environment are compromised in any ways.

One of our greatest contributions to real sustainability is the active role we take in education, community engagement and support of other national sustainable events. We believe that people are the greatest assets when trying to achieve positive change and we concentrate significant resources to ensuring the continuous education, improvement and empowerment of people, especially in areas directly related to our wide scope of operations.

Some examples include: Lectures and programmes via the UWI-Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business, direct community engagement sessions, training of international students, sponsorship of other sustainable/educational initiatives (eg Green Screen the Environmental Film Festival 2016) among others.

For further updates on our sustainability initiatives and partners please keep visiting our  SUSTAINABILITY PAGE here!

The SRDC is proud to sponsor schools attending GREEN SCREEN The Environmental Film Festival 2016.


    Tel: +1(868) 325-6282 or 775-1414       Post Office Box 2853,

chaguaramas, trinidad & tobago, west-indies.

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Shipbuilding & Repair Maritime Cluster