Stirling in new HSSE services tie-up
Dubai, September 11, 2013
Stirling Group, a leading provider of health, safety, security, environment and support services to the oil and gas industry in the region, has joined forces with security and safety provider Olive Group Capital.
The move consolidates both organisations’ experience in high-risk and fast developing environments to ensure client safety and operational efficiency, focusing on markets such as Algeria, Iraq, Kurdistan, Kuwait, Libya and Saudi Arabia but operating across the Middle East and Africa, said a senior executive in a statement.
Chris St George, the co-chairman of Olive Group Capital, said: " Our partnership will leverage its experience, knowledge and past performance alongside Restrata's broad range of integrated technology solutions."
"We are confident that this will provide experience and technical capability to the hydrocarbons sector at a time when quality safety, security and technology solutions are very much in demand," he said.
With headquarters in the UAE, the UK and the US, Olive Group Capital has 19 offices across five continents and is globally recognised as a leading provider of innovative safety, security and technology solutions that protect people, essential services, critical assets and infrastructure for corporations, international organisations and governments worldwide. - TradeArabia News Service
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