John Dickinson - Leaders in Office and School Stationery Supplies
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About Us

John Dickinson & Co. (West Indies) Ltd. was established in 1965. Forty-five (45) years later, we are the leaders in paper conversion in the Caribbean of School and Office stationery.

Our Products

We currently manufacture over five hundred different types of products in our 140,000 square foot facility located in the Diamond Vale Industrial Estate in Trinidad. Our proximity to South America and the Caribbean Basin is ideal for exporting our products to all CARICOM islands, as well as to other regional countries of Haiti, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Panama and Costa Rica.

Some of the products we manufacture include copy paper, exercise books, notebooks, envelopes, file folders, calculator/ register rolls, fax rolls, and a variety of tissue related products.

We are also regional distributors for several international brands such as Stabilo, Papermate, Sharpie, Maped, Mead, UHU, Crayola, and Hewlett Packard.

Along with these brands, we also carry a full compliment of office & industrial tape, toners, ink and Laser Jet cartridges and many more stationery and office products to compliment our paper range, making John Dickinson a complete one-stop shop.

Our Plant

John Dickinson & Co. (West Indies) Ltd. currently employs approximately 300 persons and is equipped with some of the most automated paper converting machinery available.

We constantly are seeking to upgrade our equipment to ensure better quality products and faster levels of efficiency, thereby providing you, our customer with the end product of the latest form of technology

Our Fleet

With our extensive fleet of over 25 delivery vehicles, we currently offer free delivery service to any location within the country, ensuring prompt and efficient delivery to all customers.

Environmental Statement

Concern for the environment is a fundamental factor here at John Dickinson, from raw material supply, through to the manufacturing process, and finally to the design of the finished product. John Dickinson seeks to reduce the environmental impact of its operations by:

  • Utilizing waste or recycled material as its raw material in any given process, wherever appropriate, particularly in the paper business, and making environmental performance an integral part of our business process
  • Minimizing the use of energy and natural resources in the manufacturing process.
  • Practicing process waste minimization, with an emphasis on reuse and recycling
  • Ensuring that our product packaging in designed to minimize waste through their pack and protective qualities
  • Requiring the use of responsible environmental practice, to identify and minimize environmental risks and impacts on a regular basis, and to strive to ensure that all relevant environmental regulations are complied with at all times.
  • Co-operating with regulatory authorities to analyze environmental issues in the industry and the development of cost- effective, scientifically sound solutions
  • Incorporating an assessment of environmental impact in major developments and capital programs ensuring the environmental performance of the business is monitored and reported on against meaningful targets on a regular basis

It is our vision to continue on the path of quality, growth and success, and to continue to provide excellent service to our customers.