Alan Weakley: Sterling Global’s Mauritania Office to House Risk Mgmt, Logistics Work

Alan WeakleySterling Global Operations opened its Mauritania-based command center on Thursday to work with customers in the industrial, commercial, energy, banking and finance sectors.

The center's opening featured a presentation on SGO services for local businesses and government officials, SGO said Thursday.

“Our command center in Mauritania will provide integrated solutions for risk management, safety, logistics and expeditionary operations,“ SGO President Alan Weakley said.

SGO’s center in Nouakchott, Mauritania is located north of Nouakchott Airport.

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