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Police probing sabotage at Caymanas Track Limited

Published:Wednesday | September 7, 2016 | 9:33 AM
Caymanas Track Limited

The management of Caymanas Track Limited is reporting that Cyber Crimes police personnel are now probing a case of sabotage following the disappearance of computer files from its data base.

The disappearance of the files coincided with protest action by engineers who became uneasy in August because of what they said were attempts by the management to replace them with new staff.

The CEO of Caymanas Track Limited Shane Dalling says forensic experts were later able to recover the files after three days of painstaking work and they have concluded that the disappearance appeared intentional.

 

CEO of Caymanas Track Limited Shane Dalling

CTL has since dismissed all 18 engineers and have hired 13 new ones.

Dalling says with the staff changes and the introduction of a new structure, CTL is now saving $1.5 million a month in overtime charges.

He says while this is an important achievement, the CTL will not be able to recover about $50 million lost during the three-day shut down in August which resulted from the workers’ protest.

 

CEO of Caymanas Track Limited Shane Dalling

The CTL management and the union representing the workers are to meet at the Labour Ministry on Thursday to review the dismissals.