Light & Motion is giving trade-up credit for your old systems, or you can upgrade from their ARC to the new LED Seca lights.Through Dec. 31, 2008, they’ll take yourÃ‚Â your old Niterider, Cateye, Cygo-lite and Blackburn systemsÃ¢â‚¬â€any rechargeable light systemÃ¢â‚¬â€working or not; and give you a credit of up to $50 toward the purchase of a new Light & Motion LED light system.Seca Trade-In PromoReceive a $50 credit toward any new purchase of any Seca 700 Race, Seca 700 Ultra or Seca 400 light system!Stella Trade-In PromoReceive a $40 credit toward the purchase of a Stella 200L light system!For more details, download the PDF flyer and call Light & Motion or your local Light & Motion dealer today (find your local dealer by clicking here). Light & Motion’s inside sales team is available between 8:00 and 5:00 (PST) Monday through Friday at (831) 645-1538 or via email at [email protected] “more” to see how you can updgrade your ARC to a SECA for a special deal…Ã‚Â ARC to Seca Upgrade for Current Light & Motion CustomersOne of the most common questions weÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ve received since we launched Seca is; Ã¢â‚¬Å“Can I upgrade my current ARC system to work with Seca?Ã¢â‚¬Â WeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢re happy to say that the answer is a resounding, Ã¢â‚¬Å“Yes!Ã¢â‚¬ÂBecause Light & Motion systems are largely backward compatible, you can simply buy a new Seca 700 or 400 light head and it will work with any of your ARC’s batteries and charger! Not only will you receive a bump in run time, but you’ll get all of the reliability and increased power that the new Seca LED systems offer.Seca 700 UpgradeÃ‚Â (light head only): $269 MSRPSeca 400 UpgradeÃ‚Â (light head only): $199 MSRP
Renewal of investment development dealThe Malaysian-owned Barama Company Limited will by August of this year know its fate as Government willNatural Resources Minister Raphael Trotmandecide whether or not it would continue its operations in Guyana.The company’s 25-year Investment Development Agreement comes to an end in October later this year, and Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman said Government was still to make a decision on the way forward for the company.“Cabinet has given the approval since last year for Government to enter into negotiations with Barama. That has been an ongoing process. We have been meeting pretty often and I hope to lay something before Cabinet by August for its consideration,” the Natural Resources Minister told Guyana Times on Monday.He said following his presentation to Cabinet, a decision would be made.Trotman said Government remained committed and had no difficulties in doing business with foreign companies; however, its criteria were pretty simple.“Respect our laws, respect the people, particularly those who work for you, and respect your agreements that you signed,” he indicated.Government, in February of this year, commenced discussions on the possibility of renewing the $43 billion-dollar investment in Guyana.Late last year, Minister Trotman visited the company’s Buck Hall, Essequibo operations and met with the company’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Choo Siong Liew; General Manager Mohindra Chand, and Senior Manager with responsibility for Human Resources, Patricia Mingo.During that tour, Chand had reiterated that the company was determined to continue its operations in Guyana, stating that while it was faced with many challenges, it was committed to never closing its operations.Barama’s operations consist of forest management, timber harvesting and manufacturing of various wood-based products such as plywood, sawn timber, and flooring products.The Barama Company established its operations in Guyana in 1991, and is one of Guyana’s biggest employers, employing approximately 1000 Guyanese. It has been allocated some 1.6 million hectares of the State production forest and has been operating the largest forest concession in Guyana.