Raymond International wins Saudi infrastructure contracts

07 July 2008

The Al-Khobar-based Raymond International Group has won contracts totalling more than $150m, to build infrastructure facilities in the kingdom.

The first contract involves the modification of boilers at the Ghazlan power plant to increase its overall power generating capacity. The work will be carried out with France’s Alstom. The client is Saudi Electricity Company.

Raymond has won two further contracts to supply and apply corrosion-resistant linings and coatings on more than 1,000 kilometres of steel water pipelines. The client is the Saline Water Conversion Corporation.

The firm has also signed a contract with the local Saudi Polymers Company to install a large-diameter glass-reinforced plastic pipeline as part of the National ChevronPhillips petrochemicals complex in Jubail.

Set up in 1976, Raymond is an affiliate of local conglomerate Ahmad Hamad Algosaibi & Bothers Company.

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