Middle East Specialised Cables wins $25m contracts

02 September 2009

Deals cover work at Saudi university and Sonatrach

Saudi Arabia’s Middle East Specialised Cables Company (Mesc) has won contracts worth SR95m ($25.4m), according to a company statement issued to the Saudi stock exchange (Tadawul).

The company won two contracts valued at SR20m to supply cables to Algerian state-owned energy company Sonatrach.

It also secured a SR40m contract through its Jordanian subsidiary Mesc Fujikura Cable Company, to provide medium-voltage cables to the Princess Noura bint Abdulrahman University for Women project in Riyadh.

Mesc won a SR15m contract from Italy’s Saipem. It will supply cables to the company’s fertiliser plant project at Mesaieed. The ultimate client is Qatar Fertiliser Company.

In the UAE, Mesc won a SR20m contract on the Ruwais green diesel project from South Korea’s GS Engineering & Construction; the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor on the refinery scheme.

Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company is the client.

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