Croatias Ingra signs EUR 5.8mn deal for Iraq plant project.

By bne IntelliNews April 14, 2011
Croatian engineering company Ingra signed a EUR 5.8mn contract to overhaul a hydropower plant in Iraq, the company said in a statement on its website. The project at the Haditha plant will be completed in two years. The contracted works include rehabilitation of turbines, generators and other equipment. After completing the upgrade of the first unit, the company will continue to work on the remaining five units of the hydropower plant.
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