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ALE heavy lift deepens Africa foray with Nigeria office

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After opening an office in South Africa and a sales presence in Ethiopia and Egypt, ALE heavy lift has opened a new office in Nigeria further deepening its presence in Africa.

General manager Adrian Jordaan, said that the office will be angling itself for oil and gas, petrochemical, offshore, power generation and shipyards projects both in Nigeria and West Africa in general.


“We have established an extensive reputation for our heavylifting capabilities within the oil and gas industry all over the globe. We believe that we are well positioned to offer nothing short of quality service in this fields,” he said.

“We want to bring the same levels of engineering and service excellence that our clients are accustomed to across the world, such as compliance with ISO 9001 and 14001, as well as OHSAS18001. We are working hard to build relationships and have already lined up some potential prospects.”

Commenting on why they made the decision to expand to Nigeria, Mr Jordaan said,”This is in line with our concerted drive and strategy, to expand our business opportunities within this market and position ourselves within closer reach to local clients in West Africa.”

The Nigeria ALE heavy lift branch will hold commercial, operations and engineering teams to deliver efficient relationships with the potential to develop a fully functioning office to carry out full project execution.

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