Egis positions itself for contracts in South Africa, Mauritania, and Congo

Egis positions itself for contracts in South Africa, Mauritania, and Congo

The French consulting, engineering and operations company has submitted bids and expressions of interest for several infrastructure projects across the continent.

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            ▪ Egis positions itself for contracts in South Africa, Mauritania, and Congo

▪ The French consulting, engineering and operations company has submitted bids and expressions of interest for several infrastructure projects across the continent.

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After winning a five-year concession contract for the Kampala-Entebbe motorway in Uganda in 2021 – the first toll motorway in East Africa – the French consulting and engineering group Egis intends to consolidate its foothold in the country with the Kampala-Jinja section, for which the call for tenders is underway.

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