Dutch construction firm Remco eyes expansion in Africa.

By bne IntelliNews March 23, 2011
Dutch construction company Remco Ruimtebouw, specialized in building industrial premises, is expanding its activities into Africa, the company said in a statement. Its first project is in Gabon where the firm is building three industrial buildings with a total surface of 23,650 sq m. The goal for the coming years is to achieve in Africa three to four buildings per year, the company said. Besides Gabon, the firm said it has received new order requests from Nigeria, Ghana and Zambia. Remco Ruimtebouw is one of the leading manufacturers of industrial buildings in Europe.

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