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Sanli Environmental bags four contracts worth S$26m

Tuesday, July 4, 2017 - 18:34

SANLI Environmental, an environmental engineering company in the field of water and waste management, has secured four new contracts worth a total of S$26 million.

The contracts are for several EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) as well as operations and maintenance projects in both public and private sectors.

The EPC projects will involve the supply, installation, commissioning and testing of equipment, as well as the replacement of ultrafiltration membrane modules and the upgrading of clarifiers at water treatment plants.

The operations and maintenance projects will involve maintenance of mechanical and electrical equipment at a water reclamation plant.

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After the new contracts, the order book of Sanli Environmental and its subsidiaries stands at about S$125.1 million.

Chief executive Sim Hock Heng said: "We are highly encouraged by the industry's recognition of the group's (Sanli and its subsidiaries) quality of work and executional excellence, which allowed us to garner four contract wins within a short period of time. Securing these contracts shortly after our listing is an added bonus."

"We intend to continue to capture new opportunities by capitalising on our strong track record and brand recognition in the marketplace," added Mr Sim.

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