Bolloré Logistics’ Oil & Gas teams from Myanmar, Thailand and Singapore were present for the second time at the PTTEP Myanmar Asset 2018 Safety, Security, Health and Environment (SSHE) Forum on January 19th, 2018, in Yangon, Myanmar.
The Oil & Gas teams available at Bolloré's booth welcomed the opportunity to showcase the company's footprint in the major global hubs, as well as in most of the oil and gas producing countries, with a strong implementation in Africa and Asia. Offering tailor-made solutions on contract or project basis, Bolloré Logistics prides itself in delivering simple or complex solutions to its oil & gas customers, sometimes in the most challenging areas of the world, in full compliance with Ethics and the Quality, Health, Safety, Environment (QHSE) standards.
“The presence of the Bolloré Logistics’ Oil & Gas teams from three different countries shows the collaborative spirit that prevails among the dedicated oil & gas specialists in the Asia-Pacific region. Our collaborators are our number 1 asset,” mentions Bruce Boudailler, Regional Director Oil & Gas at Bolloré Logistics Asia-Pacific.
Bruce Boudailler adds: “Our presence at a SSHE-focused event also demonstrates that Bolloré Logistics is highly committed to ensuring that its valued collaborators, subcontractors and customers go home safely at the end of each working day.”
The implementation of all of our QHSE processes is top priority for Bolloré Logistics’ teams in Asia-Pacific. It is crucial for clients as well, especially considering the hazardous and risky nature of the oil and gas industry. To back this up, Bolloré Logistics Brunei boasts an exemplary record at their supply base located in Muara – Serasa and contributed to achieving 18 years without Lost Time Injury (LTI*) for TOTAL E&P Borneo BV (TEPB).
Differentiating itself from other major international freight forwarders, Bolloré Logistics has developed a very strong expertise and track record in handling important capital asset projects onshore and offshore, and extended the logistics chain beyond the entry gates of the supply bases. As an extension of the supply chain, Bolloré Logistics has been integrating for many years in its solutions marine services as well as supply base services.
*Loss Time Injury can be explained as follows: if someone gets any serious injury at work which inhibits him/her from returning to work immediately, it is considered a LTI. However, if instead that person gets light injuries but manage to return to work, it will not be counted as a LTI.