CLEVER Global and Isolux Corsan collaborate together on three projects in Africa and Asia
CLEVER Global, a technological and outsourcing company specialising in the control processes of contractors and subcontractors, has signed an agreement with Isolux Corsán to provide them with contractor control support in three projects in Africa and Asia related to Documental Management and Validation for workers, machinery and vehicles accessing the different workplaces.
The collaboration between both Companies will take on the Transmission and Distribution (T&D), Energy and Infrastructures divisions, focusing particularly on the interventions in Japan, Algeria and the border between Kenya and Ethiopia. This enabling CLEVER Global to extend its activity to 43 countries in five continents, helping and giving support to multinational companies in each sector of their activity.
According to David Navarro, CLEVER Global’s Operations Director and Business Development Manager for EMEA, “Isolux Corsán’s trust in our services is symptomatic, as both projects in Japan and Ethiopia are their first interventions in these countries”.
The works carried out in Japan consist of energising a Solar Park substation in Takayama city, Gunma prefecture. On this occasion CLEVER Global is in charge of documental management for the workers accessing the site as well as for Isolux Corsán’s own staff based in the Japanese country.
The project in Algeria consists of building a new tram station in Algiers, where CLEVER Global provides subcontractor and documental control services for workers, vehicles and machinery being employed.
Lastly, on the border between Kenya y Ethiopia Isolux Corsan is building and installing High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) equipment to improve the connection between both countries. CLEVER Global has provided subcontractor and documental control to the resources employed for these works.