Bahamas Industrial Technologies Ltd. will create superior value for our customers and employees through an unwavering commitment to excellence, innovation, execution and consistent application of our core values that promote TEAMWORK, INTEGRITY & PERFORMANCE. Provide uncompromising personal safety, stimulating, ethical work environment, and professional opportunities for our employees that enable them to develop and deliver sustainable solutions for our customers and drive the technology and expertise that will serve The Bahamas growing demand for reliable engineering, repair and fabrication services, while remaining cost effective.
Our GOAL is to be the TOTAL SOLUTIONS provider to our customers. We strive to blend our outstanding technical expertise, state‐of‐the‐art repair facility and leading edge technology together with our ‘SERVICE FIRST’ business philosophy. This combination of resources is what makes us standout from our competition and allows us to give The Bahamas the service it deserves.
Bahamas Industrial Technologies was formed in 2001 by John T. Hynes to meet the needs of his rental service business. Quickly growing into the islands first choice for machining and industrial repair services. In 2008, we moved into our new 56,000 ft² facility on 4 acres of land within the Freeport Harbor, where we have continued to expand our services to meet the needs of our clients. In addition to our qualified and experienced work force, our President & CEO has worked in the ship repair business for over 20 years, before venturing to the Bahamas, which has provided hands‐on experience in many facets of the service business, including formal training at MAN and B&W diesel engine manufacturers plants.
Bahamas Industrial Technologies Ltd. is located in Freeport, on Grand Bahama Island, part of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Grand Bahama is located only 90 miles from the coast of Florida, a mere 25 minute flight from the Miami area airports. Located at the crossroads of routes between Europe and the Americas, Freeport Harbor is the closest offshore port to the United States. Having channel entrance and turning basin depth of 16m / 52ft it is accessible to the largest vessels. Freeport Harbor is part of a 150,000 acres free trade area and it houses one of the most vital industrial parks of the Caribbean.