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last updated on: 28 November 2016

Kufan Engineering and Technology

Also known as: Kufan
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Business Summary Provides civil and electromechanical contracting for buildings, infrastructure and heavy projects; provides engineering consultancy services; provides oilfield services including rehabilitation and repairs of oil and gas pipeline and pump stations and steel structure; develops telecommunications infrastructure. Country of Incorporation Iraq Ownership Type Private Established In 2004 Primary Sector Construction Number of Employees 400

Contact details

Primary address
Kufan Engineering and Technology Building 15
Street 5
Al Mansour District
Iraq
Baghdad
Region
Baghdad
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Zawya industry classifications

SECTOR (Definitions) INDUSTRY
  • Construction
    1. Construction and Design
      1. Civil Contractors
        1. General (Primary Industry)
        2. Heavy Industries
        3. Infrastructure
      2. Architectural and Engineering Services
        1. Engineering Consulting Services
      3. Electro-Mechanical Contractors
  • Oil and Gas
    1. Other Services
  • Telecommunications
    1. Telecommunications Services
      1. Telecommunications Infrastructure Development
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