The St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla Trading and Development Company Limited (TDC)
The St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla Trading and Development Company Limited (TDC) is the parent entity of an umbrella of diversified companies.  Incorporated in 1973, it acquired the trading and other assets of J.W. Thurston and Company Limited and H. F. Wildy and Company Limited. These companies, with over One hundred and fifty (150) years experience in Trading, Development, Agriculture, and Finance provided an ideal vehicle for expansion.  In 1974, in an effort to further broaden its trading base, the Company purchased the substantial trading stocks and agencies of A. M. Losada Limited, to meet the growing demands of the day.
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