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Building on our staff's years of experience operating within the Nigerian Oil and Gas, Engineering, Maritime and Security sectors, ARC SLS was established in 2018 to offer support and logistics services to clients that value fully insured and compliant services with safety at forefront of delivery.

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By aligning our focus with our clients we are able to offer a range of services at the very highest level of compliance. We operate as a direct extension of our client’s organisation in Nigeria, reducing and removing risk and liabilities and giving confidence and peace of mind in delivery.

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A clear strength and a key aspect of ARC SLS services, is our management and arrangement of resources on projects in areas that can be difficult to operate in. ARC SLS engage local stakeholders at all levels to provide opportunities in the 

community whilst always ensuring the highest 

standards are achieved at point of delivery.

ARC SLS Chairman
His Royal Majesty Oba Babatunde Ola Ogunlaja (JP)
The Aladeshonyin of Odo-Noforija Kingdom

His Royal Majesty (HRM) brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to ARC SLS. Prior to H.R.M.’s ascension to the throne of his forefathers, H.R.M. was involved in international shipping in Nigeria and across West Africa. Since becoming The Oba Aladeshonyin and Paramount Ruler of Odo-Noforija Kingdom, H.R.M. has been involved in matters of high importance to Lagos State and the Federal Government in Ikeja and Abuja. H.R.M. is consulted on State and National matters of critical importance, which are resolved for the good of Nigeria.

ARC SLS Vice Chairman
Rear Admiral Johnson Omoniyi Olutoyin (Rtd)

Read Admiral Olutoyin (Rtd) brings the experience and knowledge of a hugely successful 37-year military career to the board of ARC SLS. He had his primary and secondary education between 1966 and 1978. In June 1979 he commenced his Cadet Training at the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) in Kaduna, Nigeria. He graduated from the NDA in June 1981 and proceeded for Sea Training onboard Nigerian Navy Ships RUWAN YARO, OBUMA and ARADU from July 1981 to December 1982. He was subsequently commissioned as a Sub-Lieutenant in January 1983, promoted to Lieutenant in June 1987 and Lieutenant Commander in June 1992. Further promotions followed, with promotion to Commander in June 1997, Captain in June 2002, Commodore in December 2007 and Read Admiral in December 2010. During his career, Rear Admiral Olutoyin held many key positions at home and abroad before his retirement in January 2016.

Image by Joshua Oluwagbemiga