Ibis Tek Crowley, a logistics and transportation service company, has organized a day’s training workshop for stakeholders in the maritime industry.
The workshop was aimed at sharpening the skills of participants working in the energy and civil infrastructure sectors of the maritime industry.
Gene Cretz, US Ambassador to Ghana, in his remarks at the workshop said, ‘One of the most critical factors for success for an international company lies in its choice of local partners.
‘Crowley, an American maritime company, has selected a solid partner here in Ghana that is Ibis Tek, and coupled with Crowley’s deep experience and global strength, Ibis Tek will be in the position to change the landscape of maritime services here in Ghana’.
He said without competent and highly sophisticated maritime service providers like Ibis Tek-Crowley, Ghana will not fully develop its offshore petroleum resources.
The US envoy said ‘the partnership that we are recognizing today between Ibis Tek and Crowley-a partnership between a strong global company and a well-established local firm, is an effective approach to building capacity of Ghanaian companies and increasing their contribution to the country’s development.’
General Manager of Ibis Tek Crowley Chris Goss said the joint venture focuses on local content with three core values of integrity, safety and high performance.
Ibis Tek Crowley focuses on delivering turn-key solutions.
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