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CGC wins contract to build 10 fuel stations in Kuwait

KUWAIT, January 9, 2018

Combined Group Contracting Company, a regional commercial construction services firm, has won a contract from Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) to build 10 new filling stations worth KD15.47 million ($51.25 million) nationwide, said a report.

The new stations are just part of the KNPC's 19-station package, and another contract for the remaining nine stations would be concluded at a later date, reported Kuna.

The contract was signed by KNPC's chief executive Mohammad Al Mutairi and CGC vice chairman Raad Al Abdullah at a key ceremony held in the presence of several top officials.

These stations would be built in a modern architectural style that reflects the company's modern image, and would provide integrated and various services, it added.
 




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