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ALE settles in the USA

As part of its US expansion, ALE has established a permanent branch in the I-10 energy corridor with the relocation of its office in Houston.

The company will recruit additional personnel, including engineers and offshore specialists, and mobilise multiple pieces of equipment such as specialist transporters and a fleet of cranes.

According to ALE, its investment in a permanent branch is to provide a better service for US clients.

Richard Peckover, ALE’s regional director, commented: “Over the years we have established a reputation for safe and innovative heavy lifting. We can now offer a dedicated US branch, fully focused to the local needs of the market.”

He added there is a huge potential for growth in the region and expects further expansion nationwide.

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