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Minerals entity dedicated to Services in the Middle East

Within Fives, the Cement | Minerals Business Line recently set up a new operational entity in the Middle East to support customers with services and technical assistance.

Based in Dubai, U.A.E, and referring to the Services Department, this entity aims at supporting Fives' customers through a local presence and a complete offer of services: upgrade and revamping projects, technical assistance, supply of spare parts, on-site machining, etc.
Thus, Fives will provide customers with comprehensive solutions and efficient services to empower their plant while reducing operational costs.

News No: 3174
Date: 2019/01/06 - 06:54
News Source: Fives Group

Middle East  Cement  Minerals  Dubai  Fives 

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