National Marine Dredging Wins $408 Million Abu Dhabi Contract

23/11/2009 00:00 AST

National Marine Dredging Co., the United Arab Emirates-based company that deepens waterways, won an order worth 1.5 billion dirhams ($408 million) in Abu Dhabi, state-run WAM news agency reported.

The contract from Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council is for building the Mussafah canal, according to the news agency.

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