Egypt’s state-run construction firm Arab Contractors (AC) is planning to carry out a number of infrastructure projects in four African countries, its African sector head Ibrahim Mabrouk said Sunday.
The four projects include a number of drinking water plants and road works, Mabrouk further told Amwal Al Ghad.
AC’s business volume currently amounts to around $700 million, distributed in a number of infrastructure and road flagships in 14 African markets, the Egyptian official added.
“The company currently studies carrying out road and drinking water network projects in Eritrea, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, and Kenya,” Mabrouk said.
Mabrouk referred that AC also targets expanding its businesses in Africa as well as competing for some other giant projects.