Sterling Global Operations Rebrands its Business
LENNOIR CITY, TN: Sterling Global Operations announced the rebranding of its business post the three high profile acquisitions that it made to increase its global outreach in risk management. The Lennoir City, TN based risk management specialist has renamed itself as Janus Global Operations after acquiring three risk management and security service providers: Janus Security International, Tundra Security Afghanistan, and SNE Special Projects.
Janus Global Operations has built its commercial munitions and demining management capabilities on its 28 years of expertise in stability operations. This rebranding initiative will equip the group with unparalleled access, localized licensing, and competitive infrastructure to cater to both government and large multi-national companies across the globe with commercial munitions management, lifecycle management, and demining solutions.
According to Dale Allen, Vice President of Commercial Programs, Janus Global, this rebranding strategy is a part of the group’s business plan to boost its global scalability while ensuring robust integrated capability for its clients as well. Having identified strategic client bases in major parts of the African continent and Southwest Asia, Janus will continue a broad range of services that include integrated munitions and risk management solutions — demining, munitions response, Intelligence and life support — apart from solutions to support construction and development programs across geographies.
“Driven by regional instability and violent extremism growing around the world, Janus Global Operations understands the new complexities and is capable of delivering solutions to meet the global operational demands of any client,” says Alan Weakley, President and Chief Operating Officer, Janus Global Operations.
According to Weakly, the fully integrated enterprise is all geared up to provide its clients with comprehensive solutions that will fulfill their stability operations needs while aligning with their Corporate social responsibility goals.
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