G2 Ocean expands Middle East presence with Dubai office

G2 Ocean expands Middle East presence with Dubai office

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Bergen-headquartered breakbulk shipping major, G2 Ocean, has continued with its growth plans, setting up a new office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. 

The expansion of Middle East presence is part of G2 Ocean’s global growth strategy moving the commercial operations to and from the Middle East, from Singapore to Dubai. Since 2020, commercial activities have been primarily managed by G2 Ocean’s hub in Singapore

G2 Ocean currently operates five trade routes to and from the Middle East and India servicing East and Southeast Asia, Europe, East and South Africa, as well as the United States.

“We are very happy to announce our latest market expansion to Dubai,” says Arthur English, Chief Executive Officer at G2 Ocean.

“This initiative marks an important step on G2 Ocean’s growth journey to regions where we see tremendous potential given their rapid economic growth. Our new office will accommodate our growing presence and enable us to better serve both existing and new customers,” he says.

Located at the crossroads of major trade routes, and a growing maritime centre in its own right, Dubai is the next step in G2 Ocean’s development.

SK Lim, Managing Director Pacific, emphasises the benefits of the market expansion, saying that the office will create added value for customers and a strong foundation for G2 Ocean’s continued growth.

“With experts on the ground, we are in a better position to respond to customer requirements and forge closer cooperation with our service providers. This will not only allow us to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations but also enable us to provide safe, reliable, and effective service to all stakeholders,” says SK.

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G2 Ocean expands Middle East presence with Dubai office

G2 Ocean expands Middle East presence with Dubai office

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Bergen-headquartered breakbulk shipping major, G2 Ocean, has continued with its growth plans, setting up a new office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. 

The expansion of Middle East presence is part of G2 Ocean’s global growth strategy moving the commercial operations to and from the Middle East, from Singapore to Dubai. Since 2020, commercial activities have been primarily managed by G2 Ocean’s hub in Singapore

G2 Ocean currently operates five trade routes to and from the Middle East and India servicing East and Southeast Asia, Europe, East and South Africa, as well as the United States.

“We are very happy to announce our latest market expansion to Dubai,” says Arthur English, Chief Executive Officer at G2 Ocean.

“This initiative marks an important step on G2 Ocean’s growth journey to regions where we see tremendous potential given their rapid economic growth. Our new office will accommodate our growing presence and enable us to better serve both existing and new customers,” he says.

Located at the crossroads of major trade routes, and a growing maritime centre in its own right, Dubai is the next step in G2 Ocean’s development.

SK Lim, Managing Director Pacific, emphasises the benefits of the market expansion, saying that the office will create added value for customers and a strong foundation for G2 Ocean’s continued growth.

“With experts on the ground, we are in a better position to respond to customer requirements and forge closer cooperation with our service providers. This will not only allow us to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations but also enable us to provide safe, reliable, and effective service to all stakeholders,” says SK.

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