Sewage job for Amiantit

Saudi Arabia?s Amiantit Group has won two contracts in Turkmenistan worth more than US $7 million (SR26 million).

Saudi Arabia’s Amiantit Group has won two contracts in Turkmenistan worth more than US $7 million (SR26 million).

Both deals are part of a Turkmen Oil and Gas Construction project, which involves the construction of a new sewage network in the eastern city of Turkmenabat.

The largest contract is worth $6 million and is for the supply of 31km of glass reinforced polyester, while the $1 million contract is for the supply and installation of 11 ‘FLYGT’ submersible pumps, including the control system for three sewage pump stations.

 

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