Bertling Logistics opens office in Suriname
Bertling Logistics has responded to the increasing demand for mining logistics across North and South America, opening a new office in Suriname.
Bertling Logistics has been active in the Americas for many years with its own offices in important transport hubs across North and South America. The company’s business focus in these countries lies in project logistics, resupply, trucking, and shipping/chartering services to, from, and within North and South America to the energy, mining, chemical, infrastructure, and renewable sectors.
In the past years, Bertling Logistics has seen increasing demand for mining logistics and mining resupply services also outside those countries in which it had established its presence already – especially in central and northeastern South America. Suriname, in particular, has become an important business destination for the company, to which it already operates resupply services for some of its mining clients.
Due to the increased demand for logistics services to Suriname and surrounding countries, Bertling has opened a new office to better serve its clients and to enhance its presence and commitment to the region. The new Suriname office is a branch of Bertling Logistics’ US firm, which will work closely with its Miami, Houston, and Dallas teams.
“We consider Suriname as a country with high potential and growing demand for logistics services”, says Colin MacIsaac, CEO of Bertling Logistics. “We have been operating mining and energy projects in the country for several years and are one of only logistics companies offering both project logistics and logistics resupply services to Suriname,” MacIsaac continues.
“All business we operate in Suriname is conducted under the highest safety, sustainability, and environmental standards to protect the country’s unique flora and fauna. We have partnered with “Friends of Green Suriname” to underpin our commitment to responsible logistics services to Suriname,” he said.
By having its own office in the country’s capital, Bertling Logistics envisages increasing its level of activity in Suriname by further extending its relationships with local transport companies and port operators, and overseas clients. The company also aims to also offer its sophisticated logistics and resupply services to companies in the energy sector doing business in Suriname.