CCL Appoints Global Marketing Manager

CCL Appoints Global Marketing Manager

CCL Global is delighted to announce the appointment of Rob Daniel to Global Marketing Manager to spearhead global marketing and brand strategy efforts across our offices. Rob previously held the position of Business Development Executive at CCL for the past year supporting the recruitment and service delivery teams.

Rob has 8 years’ experience in marketing, communications and sales working for both the private and public sectors in Energy and Infrastructure. His experience will allow CCL to continue developing and implementing marketing efforts to elevate CCL’s brand across the industry.

Chris Maltby, managing director for CCL, stated, “Rob brings a much-needed skillset to our management team and will be working collaboratively across our global offices to ensure that the CCL brand is at the forefront of the market. As we focus on the future, we are excited for our next chapter in the growth of our business.”

“In a highly competitive and challenging market, I am excited to lead initiatives that will drive business growth and solidify our brand’s strategic vision. I look forward to working closely with leadership to continue to enhance our expert service to our clients and contractors and position CCL as the agency of choice,” stated Rob.

Project of the Year Highlight

Project of the Year Highlight

CCL Global announced the completion of a major scope of work on the Front-End Engineering of an $8 billion project, which will be integrated to create one of the largest petrochemical complexes in the world.

As the client’s sole supplier on this phase of the project, CCL were responsible for identifying and supplying a full Project Management Team to lead and oversee the FEED Contractors. The engineering was completed across multiple locations in Asia and the United States, with the 28-person team comprised of locals, repatriated dual-nationals and Western expats. In addition to staffing and contracting the Engineering and Project Management Team, CCL’s service highlights included:

Contract Staffing
Visa Sponsorship
Logistics and Travel
Local and International Salary Benchmarking
Cost of Living Analysis
Development of Travel/Rotational Policy

With engineering on the project undertaken across the Far East, Asia-Pacific, Europe and the United States, CCL provided a custom plan to improve sourcing efficiencies for the end-client as well as offer solutions to challenging staffing issues. Paul Popovic, Divisional Head of Engineering for CCL said, “this was a flagship project for CCL in many ways, but it highlights our ability to offer technical workforce solution services tailored to the needs of our client in a consultative manner.”

CCL’s Project of the Year came as a result of the hard work of our engineering recruitment division and expert operations team which managed the ongoing support of our team of contractors. The successful implementation of these type of projects demonstrates the value brought to our clients and the hands-on approach we take to solving difficult workforce challenges on the most significant projects.

CCL London Implements Three Year Strategy

CCL London Implements Three Year Strategy

In a year where the energy market has seen its fair share of ups and downs, CCL UK has its sights firmly fixed on 2020. Market trends suggest that exploration and production sectors will be in for a difficult year, while other sectors are set to stay strong. CCL has diversified into several sub-sectors within the energy industry to offer a wide range of workforce solutions to clients and candidates alike.

CCL UK Business Director, Keith Jones, has expressed his strategy to continue diversification across nuclear, power, renewables, & mining: “While we have worked across some diversified sectors, we have historically been focused on oil and gas; thus, we are going to drive diversification over the coming years into the fields of power, nuclear, renewables, mining and civil. CCL UK will be focusing on offering full life cycle support to our clients and contractors,” said Jones.

In order to successfully diversify into these industries, CCL have readied plans to open additional offices in new regions where these industries are centralized. France has become a hub for the nuclear industry and is playing host to some of the sector’s largest nuclear projects. CCL intends to put itself at the forefront as the staffing partner of choice on these projects.

Currently, CCL has office locations in North America, the United Kingdom, Africa, and southeast Asia. Managing Director, Chris Maltby, has made office expansion a focal point in CCL’s strategic plan – with 2020 expected to be a pivotal year.

CCL Global – UK
+44 (0) 208 333 4141
162-164 Upper Richmond Rd
London, United Kingdom

Ugandan Office Brings Expertise to Region

Ugandan Office Brings Expertise to Region

CCL has been delivering workforce solutions to the Sub-Saharan Africa region for 25 years and has opened a permanent office in Uganda – CCL Resources LTD.

This office acts as a focal point to deliver bespoke services to the region and support the local workforce on the continent’s most exciting projects. Greg Clarke, Regional Director, said “the goal is for CCL to remain in the region as an established, local expert on compliant workforce solutions. Through our expertise in local requirements and compliance laws, we have assisted several clients with breaking into the region by providing a solution to previously difficult content requirements.  We have established 100% Ugandan operated facilities in order to bolster our local partnerships and support the Ugandan workforce.”

CCL Global – now operating in 40 countries – have continued to expand its presence in the Energy Workforce industry since 1981.

CCL ASG – CCL Global Resources
12 Makindu Lane
P.O. Box 5203
Kampala, Uganda

CCL Having a Big Impact on the US’s Growing LNG Market

CCL Having a Big Impact on the US’s Growing LNG Market

The past few years have played host to arguably the most dynamic shifts in the energy industry like never seen before – not only in the global market, but specifically the United States. From the relentless shale boom to the rapidly expanding LNG export market, the US has quickly become a global leader in the industry.

LNG has historically been a major import product to the US, however since 2007, imports of natural gas have steadily declined – due almost entirely to the growing expansion of LNG export terminals along the Gulf Coast region. US imports on LNG are now at a 70 year low – according to the US Energy Information Administration. With readily available crude oil coming from shale regions like the Permian and Eagle Ford – the demand to refine and export natural gas is at an all time high.

CCL has played a key part in supporting the LNG boom by winning several major technical staffing contracts across all phases of LNG project lifecycles. From FEED to design, construction to operations, and live plant maintenance – our workforce solutions team have provided integral personnel in driving the success of these projects.

We have utilized our wide remit of specialty candidates which include:

Engineering & Design
Health & Safety
Contracts & Procurement
Regulatory & Compliance
Operations & Maintenance
Supply Chain & Procurement
QA/QC  & Inspection

CCL is currently supporting 5 major Operators as well as several major EPC companies – all of which are taking advantage of a strategic staffing plan, developed specifically to fit their needs. These partnerships will ensure the LNG market will secure the most sought-after talent across the globe.


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