BAM International told to double turnover by 2015
Royal Bam Group sets target as home European markets remain uncertain
BAM International has been set a target by parent company Royal BAM Group of doubling turnover by 2015.
Last year the subsidary, which is responsible for the Group's activities outside of Europe, contributed 5% of its total revenue, slightly up on the previous year.
With tough trading conditions in Europe, the Group is looking to emerging markets like the Middle East for growth.
Middle East/Gulf States area manager Patrick J McKinney told CW the subsidary was up to the challenge.
“BAM International is stepping up to the mark,” he said. “All across Australia, Asia Pacific, Africa and Middle East we are increasing turnover.”
“We’re bidding in the market at an all time high, and aggressively. We’re on a growth curve. We think the market is moving in the right direction,” he added.
“We’ve already secured our turnover for 2013 but we want to push our turnover up and, of course, there’s work to be done for 2014 and 2015.”