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SENTRAK Logistics are new members in Senegal.
Located in Dakar, they are local experts at project cargo management and clearance in West Africa as well as logistics solutions and vessel management & husbandry.
PCN are also pleased to report Amadou Sakhir Gaye (SENTRAK Logistics Managing Director) will be attending the PCN 2022 Annual Summit in Dubai on 27-29 November. Meeting face-to-face and building closer relationships and friendships is a valuable tool which shouldn’t be underestimated, and we are delighted the network can welcome our latest new members at the event.
Amadou introduces the company; “SENTRAK Logistics consists of a team of highly experienced and motivated professionals delivering dedicated services to Senegal’s large-scale development projects. We are a 100% Senegalese owned company and our main strength is our team’s experience and expertise, proven by their in-depth knowledge of local realities and constraints and their ability to answer specific requirements. Thanks to our high standards, we celebrate a strong track record of success in serving international clients with maximum efficiency, providing a full suite of logistics services whatever their size or requirements.”
“The oil & gas, mining and other project cargo industries demands best practices and the complexity and scale of such projects require proven expertise and complete reliability. SENTRAK Logistics fully support the extreme challenges of these projects and our integrated services cover the entire door-to-door multimodal chain and are driven by dedicated in-country specialists.”
“When clients obtain large-scale projects, they are not always aware of local aspects and may face constraints at several levels. Our logistics teams are experts in initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing the work to achieve specific goals, save time and reduce costs, even in the case of urgent deliveries.”
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