Big Creek Group
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Big Creek is approximately 1,200 acres and is situated in the south of the country. It is the home of the only operating port facility in the south, Port of Big Creek. The Port is heavily utilized by the banana, sugar and citrus industries since it provides easy access for the exportation of these products. The Port also handles to a lesser extent significant volume of general cargo. In a signed agreement, The Group allotted a portion of the land adjacent to the Big Creek Port for the storage of crude oil coming in from the current oil production facility in Spanish Lookout for exportation. Over the years, these volumes have dropped and the country has not seen any new commercial discoveries. Nevertheless, the Group has a tank farm facility consisting of six tanks with a capacity of 60,000 barrels ready to accomodate new discoveries. Big Creek is accessible by land, air and sea. Because of its port facilities, the channel leading into the port is deep enough to be able to handle large vessels. Many small islands called cayes are scattered within an area of 10 square miles of Big Creek. These islands are easily accessible with skiffs and other larger vessels and provide an abundance of marine life and white sandy beaches. The Group continues its focus on development and expansion of the port. To date these investments exceed $100 million dollars.