Ramish and Leela
Tuesday, 12 May 2015 18:26


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While the steel drum is mainly known as an instrument for entertainment, it will soon be known as an instrument to stimulate the economy.

PanTrinbago, in collaboration with UWI, has been working together to expand pan production in Trinidad and Tobago. Together they have a "Pan factory" that has been operating close to a year.

With this new innovative way to produce the instruments, no more chemical drums are being used in the process.

Reporter Mahalia Joseph and Cameraman Joel Phillip visited the factory and brought back this Report.

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