This Is Who We Are
About D. Rampersad & Company Ltd.
DRCL is a dynamic and progressive company with international credibility which provides aftermarket support to industries in the form of general rotating equipment overhauls, and refurbishment, with particular emphasis on turbomachinery services.
D. Rampersad & Company Limited owns and operates one of the largest ISO & STOW-TT certified service centres situated in Central Trinidad. This facility operates on a twenty-four (24) hour basis and is fully equipped with modern equipment, servicing some of the major industrial companies in Trinidad and Tobago, around the Caribbean and extending to South America. The company was founded over 50 years ago in the Automotive sector, and then steadily developed to service the local Energy, Petrochemical, Manufacturing and Utility sectors.
Company MissionTo Enhance Our Position As The Dominant Industry Player And Deliver Specialist Engineering Services With An Exceptional Standard Of Professionalism.
Company VisionTo Be The Region’s Premier Technologically Driven Engineering Company
Considering our strong and long-standing emphasis on partnering with all of our clients by way of long term maintenance agreements, we are very well placed to capitalise on all service opportunities involving routine, preventative and breakdown maintenance, including the provision of spare parts as well as replacement and supplementary new equipment sales This continuous presence on the Client’s site strengthens our relationship and places us in an optimum position to assist with immediate and future business requirements, often with a solution based approach either through our own knowledge and experience or through the major OEMs some of whom we represent regionally and have direct access to their support on a 24-hour basis.
Our on-site presence is also supported by our 24/7, ISO 9001:2015 certified quality management system for rotating equipment, welding, fabricating, workshop facilities which provides vital support to our clients in responding to equipment or machinery repairs that cannot be handled completely and satisfactorily on site.