Severn Trent Opens New Branch Office in Abu Dhabi

Tuesday, June 26, 2007
Severn Trent Services has announced the opening of a new branch operations office in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The office, the company’s second in the Middle East, will support the business development, sales, local sourcing and technical service efforts of Severn Trent Services’ business units that provide water and wastewater treatment technologies, metering products, operations and management services, as well as products for the marine and offshore markets. The branch office will offer local factory-direct, after-sales support in the entire Gulf region for all of these products, including those sold to the offshore oil and gas industry. Severn Trent Services’ other Middle East office is in Cairo, Egypt.
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