HGII wins Defense Ministry tender

Construction materials supplier HGII Group has won four contracts worth NIS 40m. from the Defense Ministry, the company said Monday.

By AVI KRAWITZ
January 9, 2007 08:05

 
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Construction materials supplier HGII Group has won four contracts worth NIS 40m. from the Defense Ministry, the company said Monday. According to the tenders, HGII will supply over the next two years raw materials for installation jobs, insulation material, iron and concrete for joint projects of the Israeli air force, navy and ground forces. The company recently also won tenders to supply building materials for projects by the Israeli police and the Prison Services.


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