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Namaka Compliance's international growth strategy

Namaka Compliance's international growth strategy

 

Namaka Compliance as part of their internationalisation strategy are targeting Central America with their partners Presco, which is part of the larger Mexican owned CEMZA Group. The partnership has seen engagement with many organisations, particularly in Guyana, having involved engagement with all manner of organisations within the country to assist with Local Content.

Namaka Compliance USP’s are Competence Management and Local Content assistance to a variety of organisations, in addition to HSEQ and Training services.

Namaka Compliance has been utilising our partnership with Presco as they are currently on the ground in Guyana and engaged with all the contracting bodies of the Oil and Gas development. Not only is Guyana a vital area, but the entire Central American region is seen as critical. Namaka has an office and legal entity in Trinidad, which shows our commitment to working internationally and establishing ourselves in the country.

With so many major energy projects beginning to commence again after restrictions, Namaka Compliance sees this as a crucial time to instil Local content at the very onset of the projects. Our programme ‘Bridging the Skills Gaps’ allows for knowledge transfer, mentoring support and defined objectives and methodologies. This also allows the development of Local Nationals to participate in major energy projects allowing for knowledge and wealth to be retained in their respective country. In Central America, these programmes will be jointly run with our partner Presco, as they have local knowledge, skills and cultural understanding of the region.

Managing Director of Namaka Compliance Jamie Murphy said, “Unfortunately due to COVID restrictions I have been unable to travel to Central America, but due to our partnership with Presco, with their in country presence I have been able to present our Local Content programme ‘Bridging the Skills Gaps’ to a variety of key individuals. With restrictions easing worldwide, this will allow me to now follow up on these discussions. Internationalisation has always been at the forefront of what we look to achieve”.

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Published: 18-09-2021

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