Egypt's Arab Contractors to build $439m projects

These contracts form part of Arab Contractors' project portfolio in Nigeria, where the company recorded $112m-worth business deals last year

The company's volume of business in Nigeria registered $112m last year.
The company's volume of business in Nigeria registered $112m last year.

Egyptian state-run construction firm Arab Contractors (AC) is currently commissioned to carry out infrastructure projects worth $439m in Nigeria.

The contractor's chairman Mohsen Salah said: "AC has also been assigned to implement a port worth $247m in Harcourt, Nigeria."

On the other hand, Arab Contractors is working on extending water networks, establishing sanitation plants, and paving roads in a new city in Nigeria with total cost of $191m.

The latest projects come as part of a series of other construction businesses in Nigeria being managed by Arab Contractors.

Thus, the company's volume of business in Nigeria registered $112m last year.

Salah added: "We want to expand our businesses in the African countries in the coming few years."

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