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OCS opens in Middle East

25 April 2012

OCS has made its first move into the Middle East in a JV with Doha-based Tadmur Group.

Tadmur Group and OCS Group have launched a facilities management joint venture in what is the OCS Group’s first business venture in the Middle East.
OCS already operations in 29 other countries around the world and this JV is part of its international growth plans. Tamur Group has been built up over 27 years and has nine subisdiary companies.
The JV called OCS Qatar will be targeting opportunities arising from the massive infrastructure expected in the country in the next five years.

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