Caverton Helicopters, a subsidiary of Caverton Offshore Support Group Plc. a fully indigenous company listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange has been awarded a 5 year logistics support contract by CNL, operator of the NNPC/CNL Joint Venture, for provision of aviation services with a 2 year renewable option.
The contract was awarded following an extended competitive tendering process. Caverton emerged successful after scaling through both the technical and commercial evaluation ahead of other bidders. Given CNL’s reputation for very high safety and quality standards, it is safe to say that Caverton’ s commitment to safety, quality and continuous improvement contributed in the no small measure to this successful bid. Caverton will service this contract with 11 Bell manufactured helicopters in line with CNL’s requirement. As part of the contract, Caverton will provide guaranteed medevac response to CNL 24 hours a day, seven days a week, covering their entire area of operations.
Over the past decade, Caverton has worked hard to raise the bar in key areas in this specialized sector: helicopter availability, on-time departure, service and maintenance quality; doing all this while pursuing a robust local content strategy. The positive impact of these efforts is the growing confidence in our services by the International Oil Companies and others resulting in an increasing market share.
As a fully indigenous player in the hitherto foreign-interest dominated sector, Caverton helicopters has confirmed the mantra that given opportunity, Nigerians can excel and make Nigeria proud in all facets of the economy.
The group chairman, Mr. Remi Makanjuola said, “We are thankful to our clients, the aviation regulator, our shareholders, our staff and many others who have played a role in our development and success as a company. Special recognition to the Access Bank Group who have supported Caverton on various projects over the years “Caverton helicopters is poised to continue to work on consolidating its vision to be leading provider of premium aviation services in sub-Saharan Africa to the oil and gas industry.