Interserve unit returns to Iraq
- Iraq: Wednesday, February 27 - 2013 at 02:08
RMD Kwikform, the equipment support division of UK-based Interserve, has announced its re-entry into Iraq, with the opening of a representative office in Erbil, Iraq Business News has reported. The new office will serve as a base for RMD Kwikform's operations in Iraq, supporting both new and existing customers. The firm has been involved in construction projects throughout Iraq for 35 years and had an operational presence in the market for a number of years. "The operational re-entry into Iraq stems from a response to requests from our existing clients in the country and in recognition that the formwork and shoring market in the country continues to develop," said the general manager - DBME, at RMD Kwikform Middle East, Alexis Potter.
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