18 July 2013: Supreme Group has continued its Asian expansion with a new contract win in Mongolia, representing its first catering operation in the country.
The project, which commenced in May 2013, was awarded by one of Mongolia’s largest industrial holding companies. The contract is for the provision of food supply and camp services to workers in a road construction camp in the South Gobi Desert. It is operated by New Gobi Supreme, a joint venture between Global Supreme Group Mongolia LLC, a subsidiary of Supreme Group; and a subsidiary of the Newcom Group.
“We are very excited to be bringing our decades of expertise gained from working alongside the world’s leading military forces and applying this to the mining, construction and energy sectors in Mongolia,” said Nicolas Crowley, Supreme’s Commercial Director, Oil, Gas & Mining. “We have hired local nationals, Mongolian suppliers and Mongolian transport companies to help us execute our work in Mongolia, as we are committed to supporting the local communities in the areas in which we operate.”
New Gobi Supreme provides end-to-end supply chain, construction and site service solutions in Mongolia and the broader Gobi region. The partnership’s unique advantage is that it combines local Mongolian capabilities with Supreme Group’s global strength and proven expertise. The company leverages the proficiencies of both companies to offer full supply chain solutions, with specialized skills in construction, food supply and site services.
Supreme Group established its Mongolian operations in 2012. Supreme offers a unique breadth of capabilities – ranging from procurement, transportation, construction and storage through to technology and full site services. Today, its legacy of proven and trusted performance in challenging environments spans more than fifty years; covering 30 nations across five continents. For more information, visit www.supreme-group.net
"Supreme’s solution, in concert with our partners, provides a scalable capability that can grow and evolve to meet the tempo and requirements of ISAF forces during the next 18 months, when redeployment and retrograde activities gain momentum."