EGS to Provide Survey Services to GeoSystems’ Clients in Middle East

EGS, GeoSystems Sign Exclusive Partnership Agreement

The EGS Group and GeoSystems Middle East announced the signing of an Exclusive Partnership agreement between the two companies. The exclusive partnership will allow EGS to provide its complete range of survey services to clients of GeoSystems in the Gulf Cooperation Countries (GCC) and other Middle Eastern countries.

GeoSystems Middle East, established in 2006, has expertise in data management, GIS and Remote Sensing. It has offices in the GCC countries (Saudi Arabia – Head office, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, UAE, and Bahrain) beside Iraq and Jordan, and provides solutions in positioning, coastal development monitoring, change detection and shallow water bathymetry from satellite images.

EGS is a leading international group of companies founded in 1974 and has offices in the United Kingdom, Americas, Australia and throughout Asia. EGS provides global specialist multi-disciplinary support to the civil engineering, construction, telecommunications, power, maritime, hydrocarbon, dredging and mining industries. Services include hydrographic survey, land/marine geophysical survey, land/marine geotechnical survey, metocean studies, environmental survey, positioning support, software development.

Press Release, August 24, 2012

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