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Sterling Global Operations Opens Mauritania Command Center

LENOIR CITY, Tenn., Jan. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sterling Global Operations (SGO), a global stability operations company, on Thursday, January 23, will open a command center in Mauritania, SGO President Alan Weakley has announced.

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The center is located north of Nouakchott Airport.   

The SGO executive team is in Nouakchott, having traveled from Washington, D.C. to host the command center's opening, which will include a presentation to local business leaders and government officials on the center's capabilities.

"Our technology-enabled solutions and the safety, security and operational productivity we provide in whatever environment we're called upon to work enable our clients to accomplish their business goals," said Weakley.  

"Our command center in Mauritania will provide integrated solutions for risk management, safety, logistics and expeditionary operations," Weakley added.

He said that the command center will serve four principle categories of clients:

  • Extractives and other industrial facilities
  • Energy, ensuring safety for oil & gas exploration
  • Port and other commercial facilities
  • Banking and finance

Sterling Global Operations is an employee-owned stability operations company employing approximately 3,500 professionals worldwide. The company serves customers with munitions response; intelligence support; logistics; security operations and other services in some of the world's most austere and hostile environments. The company's website is www.sterlinggo.com.

SOURCE Sterling Global Operations

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