The MOU will build on OCG and SMEC’s successful partnering in South Asia and Asia Pacific and extend it into the South American region.
The MOU will build on OCG and SMEC’s successful partnering in South Asia and Asia Pacific and extend it into the South American Region.
The MOU supports SMEC’s strategic growth in South America and aligns with its broader strategy of developing key partnerships to provide clients with enhanced project management benefits and global consultancy services.
“We are delighted that the partnership with OCG allows us to continue our growth story by expanding our very deep and long standing relationship into South America. The value add for our clients is enormous. By utilising innovative technologies we keep projects on schedule, reduce technical risks, meet budget requirements and ensure compliance with relevant regulations. Our local knowledge, coupled with international experience, allows us to assist our clients realise additional benefits while continuing to reduce overall project risk,” Andy Goodwin said at the signing ceremony.
Full media release here.
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