Abu Dhabi Ports’ offshore logistics service supplier, Offshore Assist and Logistics Providers Firm (OFCO – Offshore Worldwide), has signed a MoU with Mammoet United Arab Emirates
The built-in maritime logistics service supplier OFCO will work intently with the heavy raise and transport specialist Mammoet to create a singular built-in bundle of on and offshore turnkey transport and set up options for initiatives within the GCC.
Captain Maktoum Al Houqani, chief company authority officer and head of maritime cluster, Abu Dhabi Ports, stated, “The newly-announced collaboration between Abu Dhabi Ports’ OFCO and Mammoet marks a essential milestone in Abu Dhabi Ports’ ongoing efforts to foster an built-in logistics ecosystem catering to our business and industrial clients’ each want.
“By combining every organisation’s experience and sources, we are able to complement one another’s service providing and discover potential operational and logistical synergies, which might permit us to create an built-in, cost-effective answer for the most important venture market throughout the GCC and past.”
This in flip is not going to solely present clients with a streamlined, versatile and cost-effective answer for dealing with their heavy cargo transport wants however can even allow them to accomplice with a single service supplier, somewhat than having to depend on a number of subcontractors to fulfill their provide chain necessities.
Paul van Gelder, CEO at Mammoet, added, “The strategic alliance with OFCO is a testomony to that, as our collaboration will cut back the variety of interfaces throughout the logistics chain of initiatives, enabling the planning and operations to be streamlined, and due to this fact realising essentially the most environment friendly and cost-effective approaches.”
Launched in the beginning of 2021, OFCO operates beneath SAFEEN Group, Abu Dhabi Ports’ marine companies arm, and is without doubt one of the largest cost-efficient suppliers of onshore and offshore built-in logistics options and subsea companies within the GCC.