DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, July 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- NEAH Global Energy Solutions DMCC ("GES") is a Dubai-based holding company for Africa-focused risk-mitigation and logistics operations, which provides site security and protection, air/ground/marine transportation and evacuation, power generation O&M, and emergency medicine services to energy, mining and heavy industries across the African continent today announced that it has acquired 100% control of Quemic PTY ("Quemic"), a South Africa based holding company via an all share acquisition.
Quemic is the elite provider of integrated risk management solutions on the African Continent, and for the past seventeen (17) years the established leader in the mining and resource extraction sector and other heavy industries. The addition of the Quemic business units will substantially increase GES commercial services across Africa for major clients in the oil, gas, mining, heavy industry as well as local and international governments.
GES is the only integrated service provider in its class and is engaged in a roll-up strategy of key vendors to expand its growth in revenue and operating income and enhance its dominant position on the African Continent.
About NEAH GES
NEAH Global Energy Solutions (GES) provides comprehensive logistics, power generation and security management for global energy and critical infrastructure assets. GES Africa business divisions currently include Power Generation and Infrastructure, Maritime, Aviation, Ground Logistics, and Emergency Medical Services. GES utilizes extensive experience within the African and Middle Eastern regions to effectively wrap energy and infrastructure assets with sophisticated physical and financial risk mitigation protocols ("GES WRAP"). GES is an authorized vendor for the U.S. Department of State, United Nations, USAID, and other global governmental agencies. GES expertise provides commercial and governmental organizations comprehensive risk mitigation solutions unparalleled in the global marketplace.
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