Dubai: Fleet Management Systems International (FMSi), a leading regional provider of fleet management solutions, has partnered with Gunny Oilfield Services (GOS) Libya, an Edgo company, to expand its footprint into Libya.
As part of their regional expansion, FMSi will collaborate with GOS to offer their fleet management solutions to organisations in Libya. With GOS’s long history of operating in Libya and their strong relationships with all National Oil Companies, this partnership will be able to offer a value proposition that will be unmatched in the market.
“We are excited to forge this new partnership with GOS in Libya, as part of our commitment to grow our footprint in the region, identify new prospects and deliver our services to our regional customers” commented Wassim Mourad, CEO of FMSi.
After several years of political unrest and security tensions easing, the Libyan market is poised for growth. With the Oil & Gas operations coming back to normal capacity, most companies are ready to invest in monitoring their fleets to increase efficiency and safety. With FMSi’s proven results, companies will be able to scale their operations effectively and efficiently whilst maintaining a high safety threshold.
With a growing concern for organizations with fleets and assets to manage, FMSi is recognized as a truly leading pioneer for the provision of premium fleet management and mobile asset tracking services in the region. Our solution enables organizations to actively manage cars, vans, trucks, buses, trailers, containers and other mobile assets.
Founded in 2003 in the United Arab Emirates, FMSi has over fifteen years of proven and demonstrated experience across various market sectors, delivering state-of-the-art technologies as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) for the sale, implementation, and after-sales support. We operate directly through our offices in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Muscat, Doha, Basra, Erbil, and our partners network throughout the GCC and MENA region.
GOS has been operating in Libya for almost 3 decades and continues to do so in the current dangerous and challenging environment. Over the years, GOS has provided a range of technical and operational services to the oil, gas, petrochemical, power and water industries in Libya with a focus on engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning services to the oil and gas sector.
GOS was established in Libya in 1987 and acquired by the Edgo Group in 2001. Since then, GOS has built a solid track record and has been committed to ensuring that every project meets the highest standards of safety and efficiency. The war in Libya has substantially slowed activities down however we continue to operate in various areas.