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SafeSTS expands in Middle East with Dubai office

Ship-to-ship transfer company SafeSTS has opened an office in Dubai.

SafeSTS started operations in the Middle East in 2018 and building on a strong start to its business in the region has now opened an office in Dubai.

The new company SafeSTS Middle East FZE provides support for its ship-to-ship transfer operations in the port limits of Dubai, Khor Fakkan and Fujairah, and is developing other opportunities in the region.

Jagdeep Singh Sodhi, SafeSTS Regional Director in the Middle East commented: "Competitive port fees and STS costs continue to stimulate a growing demand for the ship-to-ship transfer of the full range of petroleum products in the region.

"The local infrastructure is in place to support all our operations, and our team provides our clients with a high level of skill and experience."

Yvonne Mason, ceo of Future Marine Services, which owns SafeSTS sees good potential for further growth in the region. "Over recent months, we have identified some exciting new business opportunities across the Middle East, and our office in Dubai will provide an important base as Captain Jagdeep further expands the team to support a growing client base."

SafeSTS Middle East FZE is based in Jumeirah Lake Towers complex.

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