Welcome to MITASOTY ENERGY

Mitasoty Nigeria Limited has since its inception being meeting and exceeding marine and engineering services need of the oil and gas and allied industries. The company is committed to added value services delivery, maintaining sustained professional excellence, given to compliance and pursuit of standard business practices. MITASOTY NIGERIA LTD is a credible and reputable indigenous company with proven sharp-edge in marine engineering services. Established January 2009 with registration number RC.625524.

Mitasoty Nigeria Limited harnesses the experience and expertise of her benefactors to offer full range of energy services to the Nigerian Market. We work with clients to manage their supply chain by developing customized procurement services. From low value agreements to project management. We the experience, expertise and the financial strength to handle them. MITASOTY - is unique in the civil engineering industry, Construction, procurement dredging, marine industry, and Environmental Management Services, manpower supplies and Gas plant maintenance/operations, a privately owned and operated company.

Engineering

We are a full service Hydraulic Dredging & Marine Contractor. We specialize in hydraulic dredging of harbors, drydocks, rivers,and more. We stockpile sand for Construction firms at their urban and remote site locations.

Procurement

MITASOTY is proficient in Manpower Supplies, Scaffolding Services, Tank Cleaning & Evacuation, Supply of Safety Equipment for both smalll and major oil and gas companies in Nigeria. Available in 24 Hours.

Logistics

Lease and operation of tugboats and badges,Swap buggy,light trucks and vansi,cranes, forklift,trailers and self loaders, caterpillars, bulldozers, barges of various capacities, offshore support vessels and many more.

Waste Management

MITASOTY complies with ISO 1400L principles of sorting and segregation, reduction, recycling, reuses and proper disposal of the residue either through dedicated landfill or incineration. We deploy trucks and barges to evacuate wastes from sites.

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