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MTD Walkers expands to Maldives


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Integrated infrastructure and engineering solutions provider MTD Walkers PLC announced yesterday that it has expanded its operations to the Maldives. 

Walkers CML International Limited, a subsidiary of MTD Walkers PLC was incorporated in the Maldives to meet the growing demand of infrastructure development activities in the country. The group also hopes to work with local partners and Government institutions to assist in achieving the development objectives of the Government of Maldives. 

BUP_DFTDFT-3Ministry of Economic Development   Director Nahiya Mohamed receiving the Foreign Investment application from MTD Walkers PLC Head of Group Business Development Lal Perera,. Walkers CML International Private Limited Director Majdee Imad, and Senior Economic Affairs Officer Shanaz Mohamed  are also present



“We hope to capitalise on emerging engineering opportunities available in the Maldives in the areas of civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, building services and marine engineering,” says MTD Walkers PLC Head of Group Business Development Lal Perera. 

He further explained that the Walkers CML Group is in a strong position to contribute to the local construction industry in the Maldives by introducing international best practices and construction technology to the local industry. 

“Setting up operations in the Maldives forms part of our strategy to expand regionally,” adds MTD Walkers PLC Executive Deputy Chairman Jehan Amaratunga, explaining that the Walkers CML Group will initially leverage on its civil and mechanical engineering expertise and introduce its full range of services in the coming years.

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