Saudi Firm Wins Aircraft Contract
ABU DHABI [MENL] -- A Saudi company has won two major aircraft contracts.
Saudi Oger was awarded two contracts by the Saudi Finance Ministry,
including one to construct aircraft hangers. The two contracts were reported
to have reached 1.57 billion riyal, or nearly $500 million.
"We are very proud to have won these projects and be part of the mega
project development in Saudi Arabia," Saudi Oger spokesman Mazen Fayed said.
"We also feel that the expertise, know-how, prompt delivery, and pricing all
played a major role in the selection of our company."
The Finance Ministry awarded a 656 million riyal contract to Saudi Oger
for the construction of eight aircraft hangars in Jedda and Riyad.