Turkish companies got a business of 640 million dollars in Turkmenistan

Turkish contractors operating in Turkmenistan undertook a 2012 million dollar project in the first 3 months of 640.

In Turkmenistan, which is the country where Turkish contracting companies get the most business, Turkish construction companies won the tenders of various projects in the first 2012 months of 3.

Engün Group company, which has textile factories in Turkmenistan, will build a cotton processing and storage facility in Daşoğuz province in the north of the country. The Turkish company, which won the tender opened by the Turkmen Cotton State Agency, will make the project, which is expected to be completed in February 2014, for 43 million dollars.

Net Yapı, which undertakes bridge constructions and railway signaling and electrification projects, will conduct energy transmission line, signalization and housing works in the railway line in the Balkan province. The company won 88 million 630 thousand dollars for this tender.

Otağ Construction, which has just entered the construction sector in this country, undertook the road construction for 67 million dollars within the borders of Ahal province. Özerli Construction company will establish a children's holiday and holiday center in Gökdere resort town for 20 million dollars.

The Turkish companies that have won various tenders such as restoration, social facilities, port, water treatment plant, road and school construction this year will receive a total of 640 million dollars of work, which is expected to increase significantly in the first half of the year.

Last year, Turkish companies Turkmenistan undertook the construction of a total of 63 projects, while the cost of the projects was 3 billion 270 million dollars. In spite of the global crisis, Turkish companies, which continued their development activities in the country, received 2010 billion dollars in 4,5.

The total volume of Turkish construction companies' work since 1991 has exceeded 25 billion.

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