Janus Global Opens Middle East, Asia & Africa Operations Hub in Dubai

JanusGlobalLogoJanus Global Operations has established a Dubai office that will serve as the company’s regional hub for commercial and government customers across the Middle East, Asia and Africa.

JGO President and CEO Alan Weakley said in a press release published Thursday the Dubai office will support the company’s efforts to expand in the region and rapidly address client needs.

The company added its new office will serve as the administrative center for services including risk management, maritime consultancy, munitions response, demining, intelligence support, communications and life support, among others.

Previously named Sterling Global Operations, the company rebranded in April to reflect the acquisitions of Janus Security International, SNE Special Projects and Tundra Security Afghanistan.

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