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UEM India wins Wastewater Treatment contract in Oman

UEM India Private Limited (UEM), a water services company of Toshiba Group, recently announced winning a major Design, Builds and Operate (DBO) contract for a wastewater treatment and recycling plant in Oman. The contract was awarded by Majis Industrial Services SAOC (MISC), an Omani-government owned Corporation and provider of water utility services at Sohar Industrial Port Area, one of the world’s largest ports, and covers DBO of Central Effluent Treatment and Recycle Project one and Phase two in the port area. The value of the contract is about Rs220Cr.

Koichi Matsui, Chairperson and Managing Director, UEM said, “I am sure that MISC’s choice of UEM for Phase two reflects our accomplishments in Oman and our capabilities in integrating engineering. We will contribute to Oman’s industrial growth through the Sohar project and positively seek participation in future projects.”

The operation is supposed to start from March 2018 and will be operated and maintained by UEM India for the next 10 years.

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