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QBG reveals new logo

QBG says it has streamlined operations to drive growth & innovation

NEWS, Facilities Management, Operations, QBG Services, Restructuring

Qurum Business Group (QBG) has unveiled a new logo.

The new logo, which has been illustrated by clean and modern calligraphic strokes, is a representation of “Al Qurum,” which is the Arabic word for the mangrove, a plant noted for its ability to provide some of the most fertile ecosytems on earth.

QBG’s new visual identity has come alongside the announcement that the company has streamlined all of its operations by introducing management and reporting systems.

“Our new way of operating increases the potential for local, regional and international growth in new and existing markets and allows the Group to move forward by taking a pivotal role in the Sultanate’s ongoing evolution,” said Sheikh Abdulaziz Bin Ahmed Al Hosni, vice chairman and president, QBG.

“We are investing in the future of Oman by providing capital, expertise and the infrastructure for national projects and developments while creating employment and career opportunities for talented Omanis,” he said.

“With each investment, we look at ways to give back to the community and build on the prosperity forged in over 40 years of experience.”

QBG ffers a variety of services, including construction, facilties management, engineering and marine services. The company employs more than 4,000 professionals and has operations in the Middle East, Europe and the Indian subcontinent.


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