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Caribbean Chemicals Becomes new TTFA Partner.

The Trinidad & Tobago Football Association is delighted to announce Caribbean Chemicals & Agencies Ltd as its latest Official Partner with an agreement that will support in the development and improvement of playing pitches at senior, junior and school level.

The four-year agreement, worth a total of TT$1.5m, takes effect immediately and follows last week’s announcement of Avec UK as the TTFA’s technical kit and training wear Partner.

Caribbean Chemicals has made an investment in the TTFA that includes product for the improvement of playing facilities. Additionally, Chairman Joe Pires has offered his personal support and general counsel on domestic commercial matters as and when required.

Pires told TTFA Media: “Becoming the first domestic Partner of the new TTFA administration is a significant moment both for Caribbean Chemicals and for me personally. It was important to us that we were the first to show our support for a new era in T&T football as it reflects the confidence we have in this administration and in people like new Senior Men’s Coach Terry Fenwick to make the improvements that football fans across the whole of Trinidad and Tobago are desperate to see.

“I’m proud that Caribbean Chemicals has become an Official Partner and on a personal level, am looking forward providing some executive assistance which I hope can help accelerate overall development.”

Caribbean Chemicals will work with the TTFA to establish international standard pitches across the country by providing technical support through our internationally trained agronomists (technical representatives) for all pitches utilized by the TTFA.

The company will be using the most advanced techniques and products from world renowned companies like BASF, Miller Chemical, Bayer, Omex, Agafert and AgriGro which are already used on some of the top playing fields around the world. The product lines include bio-stimulants and non-toxic additives that will ensure the safety of players, and the highest standards of control.

TTFA President William Wallace at right with Caribbean Chemicals chairman Joe Pires and Men’s Senior Team head coach Terry Fenwick on the pitch at the Ato Boldon Stadium. Photo:TTFA

TTFA President William Wallace said: “The confirmation of Caribbean Chemicals as a new Partner is a significant show of solidarity from a major locally based organisation. I believe this illustration of local support is a hugely meaningful moment in our overall programme and I look forward to a long and successful association.”

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