ALE in South America and North Africa

By Alex Dahm30 June 2010

ALE’s 4,300 tonne capacity AL.SK90 has been renamed AL.SK190 as part of a global re-rebranding strat

ALE’s 4,300 tonne capacity AL.SK90 has been renamed AL.SK190 as part of a global re-rebranding strategy. The yet-to-be-built AL.SK120 is renamed AL.SK350. The new names reflect the measurement of the

International heavy lift and transport specialist ALE has announced the opening of two new offices to augment its on-the-ground capabilities in South America and North Africa.

The new South American office of UK-based ALE is in Bogota, Colombia. It supports ALE's existing presence in Argentina, Brazil and Venezuela. The new office in Casablanca, Morocco, gives ALE its first base in North Africa.

"The new Moroccan and Colombian offices allow us to provide a more complete service in these two key geographic areas," commented Javier Martinez, ALE executive director. "By having a dedicated point of contact we will be able to provide an enhanced level of service to our clients operating in these regions."

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