When you work internationally on projects like the construction of the Nachtigal hydroelectric power plant in Cameroon, you have to be absolutely sure that the materials you need will actually arrive before shipping them!
Having containers stuck in a port means a project that’s off-track and with skyrocketing costs.
That’s why I begin working with suppliers at the earliest-possible stage to ensure that they meet the customs, documentary and regulatory requirements of each country.
I’m on constant standby, and it’s my job to respond to the constraints of our operators, suppliers, transport companies, customs, customers, etc. with the sole priority of securing the supply chains of our major international projects.