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Fortune Global set to ramp up technological innovation in energy logistics

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Managing Director/CEO, Fortune Global Shipping and Logistics Limited, Mr. Eric Opah

In keeping with its strategic objective to not only remain a dominant player in indigenous oil and gas logistics but also on the world stage, Fortune Global Shipping and Logistics Limited is set to align its logistics services with cutting-edge technological advances in the global oil and gas industry.

As such, the company will join over 70,000 industry professionals and exhibitors to brainstorm on scientific and technical developments for offshore resources, and showcase its diverse range of logistics services to the global audience at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) scheduled to hold in Houston, Texas from April 30 to May 3, 2018.

Since its incorporation in 2006, Fortune Global which also has offices in Houston has leveraged its membership of renowned international networks to gain a competitive advantage over local players and multinationals in the logistics industry. In 2010, the company made its foray into oil and gas logistics and port operations, where it has made its mark by providing marine support services for ambitious multinational initiatives such as the SPDC Forcados Yokri Integrated Project (FYIP) and Total’s EGINA FPSO Project, among others.

Managing Director/CEO, Fortune Global Shipping and Logistics Limited, Mr. Eric Opah, a notable advocate for local participation in the Nigerian oil and gas industry, explained that the company’s participation in OTC 2018 is hinged on its strategic intent to continually push the frontiers of innovation, provide premium logistics services to its clients in the oil and gas sector and raise the profile of indigenous industry players on the world stage.

He said: “Our enviable track record in the industry is hinged on the twin pivot of local competitiveness and international relevance which always breaks new ground for our business. OTC 2018 provides the platform to continually innovate our service mix on the home front, and also showcase the depth of our potential in the oil and gas logistics subsector to a diverse global audience.”

In 2013, Fortune Global emerged the 10th fastest growing company in Nigeria for redefining the Nigerian supply chain landscape by dint of international freight forwarding expertise, depth of portfolio and transparency. The company is tipped to continually consolidate its strategic logistics partnership with reputable players across the oil and gas value chain in years to come.


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