Chinese Firm Wins Tender for Boreholes in Kenyan Towns

20 Jul 2009 by OOSKAnews Correspondent

A Chinese firm, Zhonghao Overseas Construction Engineering Company Ltd., has won a range of tenders for large-scale water supply and treatment works in Kenyan cities. The Beijing-based company is currently drilling a total of 11 boreholes in Nairobi, having been selected through a competitive tendering process by Athi Water Services Board, a representative of Zhonghao CEO Chang Linchang told OOSKAnews. The Chinese company has established strong presence in Kenya over the last 10 years, and is taking on projects related to water supply, construction of water treatment plants and general civil engineering works, Chang said...

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