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ASCO Logistics Limited

Energy and Energy-Related Industries

ASCO is the leading provider of safe and environmentally responsible supply base logistics services and has a long and unrivalled track record of delivering safe, quality, reliable and efficient logistics services to the global oil and gas industry. ASCO established operations in Trinidad and Tobago in 2000, where we have helped oil and gas operators and other major oil and gas service companies run their operations smoothly and safely in Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana and the Falkland Islands.

Managing the oil and gas supply chain is a complex and challenging business, we understand the consequences of disruption to exploration, drilling or production and through our strategic obsessions of safety excellence and service delivery excellence, our promise is simple – assured safe delivery. We provide end-to-end supply chain solutions, integrating our skills and capabilities with that of our dedicated third party contractors.



  • Integrated supply base operations
  • Provision and management of CCU fleets
  • Cargo handling
  • Warehouse and materials management
  • Marine technical advisory services
  • OCTG storage, handling and maintenance
  • Integrated waste management and assurance
  • Vehicle and road safety management

Neil Bujun

Managing Director

John Clouston

Operations Manager

Rachael Hosein

Finance Manager

Kristal Ramoutar-Razac

Human Resource Manager

Rene Luces Whiteman

Health, Safety, Environment & Quality Manager

Jewan Maraj

Operations Team Lead

Kriston Fortune

Materials Management Team Lead

ASCO Trinidad continues positive trend with Total contract win

  [caption id="attachment_6547" align="aligncenter" width="737"] ASCO supply base in Trinidad[/caption] Global integrated logistics and materials management company, ASCO, strengthens its presence in Trinidad & Tobago with the award of an integrated logistics management contract from Total E&P Suriname BV (Total). The contract, which came into…

April 28th, 2021