27 November 2009 16:14 [Source: ICIS news]
TORONTO (ICIS news)--German engineering firm Rucker will expand into the market for chemical and petrochemical plant construction, it said on Friday.
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Rucker’s research had shown opportunities “especially in the field of chemical and petrochemical plant construction”, and particularly in the Dusseldorf-Cologne-Essen area in
"In plant engineering, which has blossomed anew, we see an important business development area. This we wish to exploit,” said chief executive Wolfgang Rucker.
The Wiesbaden-based firm, which employs a staff of 2,500 worldwide, said it had identified partners to work with, but it did not disclose details about specific projects.
A Rucker media official could not immediately be reached for additional comment.
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