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Canadian Firm to Provide Cuba’s Golf Equipment Needs

Roma Caribbean Hotel and Restaurant Supply SA, through its president, Pat Pontiero, said that the company intends to supply golf equipment and technical assistance for the future golf courses of Cuba. By January 2013, the firm will have its office in Havana to support the increasing demands in the region.

The company’s main line of business includes providing equipment needs for hotels, bars, and restaurants. It is also one of the main distributors of kitchens, ovens, toasters, grinders and mixers, as well other kitchen equipment and tools in Cuba.

Roma Caribbean is also expanding their business in the public health sector as an upshot of the 18-year partnership with Cubanacan SA Hotel Group.

The Council of Ministers of Cuba, through its 206 Law Decree of 1996, stated that, individual companies or foreign entrepreneurs may establish offices in Cuba, to directly address their business relationships with companies and agencies.

Manuel Marrero, Cuba’s Minister of Tourism, announced in January 2012 that negotiations with foreign companies are being held for the establishment of four golf courses. These four golf courses are part of the projected 16 golf courses to be established to further promote and diversify the tourism industry in the country.
The golf courses are proposed to include housing and marina complexes, hotels and many other amenities. Roma Caribbean’s products are expected to support the growing needs of the customers.

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