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Ramky Enviro Engineers is looking at strengthening its overseas business by growing its footprint in Asia, Middle East and Africa, which currently accounts for one-third of the overall business. It plans to expand its business in China, Philippines, Singapore, UAE, Oman, Jordan, Kuwait and USA. The company has acquired 50 per cent stake in Nature Environmental Marine Services’ (NEMS’) Marpol (Marine Pollution) management facility in Texas, USA and has become the first Indian company to enter marine pollution management space through this acquisition. It has also commenced operations of Al-Batinah Municipal Solid Waste Transportation and Disposal in Sultanate of Oman as part of a seven-year contract.

Ramky has begun construction of an integrated waste management and recycling complex in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia. Construction has also begun on a material recovery facility in Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza) in Dubai. The company has also started construction of an integrated hazardous and biomedical waste management facility in Abu Dhabi.

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