XELLZ Operations B.V., answering to strong demand for its project logistics management services, today announced expanding its operations to Nigeria by opening its seventh local business unit (LBU) to be located in the Bull Nose, Apapa Port terminal Complex in Lagos. XELLZ Nigeria will offer its services for Project Logistics Management and Control Center to the Nigerian and West African market. XELLZ is thereby fulfilling its promise to cover strategic countries and regions for its customers. The office is scheduled to open in Q1 of 2019 and will join the line of XELLZ locations in Berkel & Roderijs & Amsterdam (2) (Netherlands), Dublin (Ireland), Dallas Fort Worth & Houston (USA),
“Our new Lagos, Nigerian location extends XELLZ’s tradition of delivering extraordinary Project Logistics Management services to the Oil & Gas, Energy, EPC, AeroSpace, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Construction industries,” said Peter Bouwhuis, President & CEO for XELLZ. “We’re excited to bring our model of cost-effective, efficient, transparent, and innovative way of operating to the Nigerian and African market”.
XELLZ Nigeria will offer a full range of services from consultancy in the FEED phase of capital projects to full project control center operations to ensure 100% project control and focus to enable a success completion within schedule and budget. The Project Control Centers operate through, in-house developed, IT online technology to monitor and track every step in the project related to logistics and supply chain in a collaborative environment with live updates.
XELLZ Nigeria will operate agile and have a scalable operation, fully-equipped with state-of-the-art on-line systems. The advanced platform, projeXsmart™, provides an enterprise-class, IT solution complete with SurveyCam™, a survey & inspection mobile application tool that has received approval from major insurance companies and corporations for its ability to record evidence of operation, based on preset checklists, for any and all logistics operations as well as damages or other discrepancies.