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Constructor Remco Romania wins EUR 6 mln of contracts in Africa

Industrial construction company Remco Romania is consolidating its business in Africa, with ongoing construction projects to be developed in countries such as Gabon, Nigeria and Cameron totalling EUR 6 million and an estimated area of 30,000 sqm so far

September 2011 - From the Print Edition

This year, the firm is awaiting construction permits for its sixth project in Africa, to build a warehouse of 9,500 sqm in Nigeria. Remco Romania won its first contract in the continent in 2010, involving two projects in Gabon, while this year another three schemes have been delivered in the same country. Currently, the company is about to sign deals to build a warehouse in Nigeria and a food processing plant in Cameron. “We are not targeting local controversial auctions in Romania; instead we are looking for interesting projects abroad. Besides Africa, we are in advanced negotiations for a 46,000-sqm project in Russia,“ said Jan F.J. van Vulpen, Remco Ruimtebouw Holland and Remco Romania GM. Remco Romania, a subsidiary of Dutch company Remco Ruimtebouw, has amassed a total of 100 projects involving over 500,000 sqm, building for companies active in the transportation, warehousing, distribution, trade, services and sport sectors, according to the firm. In 2010, the Dutch group had a turnover of EUR 30 million from its businesses in Romania, Poland, Ukraine, Russia and Bulgaria.

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