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Assafwah assures to promote SMEs in construction sector
October 13, 2013 , 9 : 25 am GST
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Assafwah Gate Construction Company and its sister companies, the Assafwah Towers Construction and Assafwah Candles Construction were officially launched recently. Photo – A R Raj Kumar/Times of Oman
Assafwah Gate Construction vowed to always encourage those construction industries which offer opportunities for the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) sector.
"I am sure that the newly launched Assafwah Gate Construction Oman is a step forward that holds assurance to promote the SMEs," said engineer Redha Juma Mohammed Ali Al Saleh, board member and honorary treasurer and head of the service committee of the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industries.
Gracing the official launch of Assafwah Gate Construction Company and its sister companies, the Assafwah Towers Construction (ATC) and Assafwah Candles Construction, here yesterday at the OCCI, Redha Juma Mohammed Ali Al Saleh assured the company of OCCI's support in all its endeavours to support the SMEs.
Colonel (retired) Hamed Sulaiman Al Ruhaili, the chief executive of Assafwah Gate, said, "We are proud to announce the official launch of our companies today. We have been in the market for two years now, taking up some small projects. Assafwah Gate Company is a one-stop solution enterprise for construction and infrastructure sector in Oman. We will be investing OMR3 million at different levels. The ATC provides an all inclusive range of construction services with a view to assist clients and takes into consideration the protection of the environment and its workforce."
Assahah Candles Construction (ACC) employs advance technologies to distribute electricity for all industrial and commercial establishments, agricultural and government sector, and residential areas in remote places," he added.
Colonel (retired) Hamed Sulaiman Al Ruhaili also announced that the company will venture into building medical and educational facilities.
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