Unique Group Presents Saudi Arabia Growth Plans

Unique Group announced growth plans in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the wider Middle East.

The Group has two fully operational facilities in Riyadh and Dammam.

The primary focus will be to provide complete assistance for ongoing KSA-led survey projects; rental of various hydrographic systems as well as supply of oil spill detection, monitoring, modelling and response solutions.

Unique Group will also look to offer its wider services as part of its Marine & Subsea, Diving & Life Support, Buoyancy & Ballast, On-Site Engineering and Specialised Boats divisions.

Sharad Kumar, director of business development for the Group, said: “Unique Group has always been at the forefront of innovation and customer satisfaction. With our products and support services well accepted by our customer base in the UAE, we’re now aiming to replicate a similar success story in KSA by directly targeting an ever-growing customer base within the Kingdom. Both our facilities are fully operational now and capable of prompt response to deliver sales and rentals of survey equipment, as well as on-site support.”

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