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Perma-Pipe announces further contract awards of US$15 million in Egypt and Saudi Arabia

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Perma-Pipe International Holdings, Inc. yesterday announced it has recently been awarded contracts totalling in excess of US$15.5 million in Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Projects will be executed in Perma-Pipe’s facilities during 1Q22.

The newly awarded projects are part of major infrastructure developments in King Salman Park, Security Forces Medical City – Riyadh, King Abdullah International Gardens, Saudi Arabia, and Ain Shams University in the New Capital City, Egypt. The projects will utilise Perma-Pipe’s XTRU-THERM® insulation system, a spray-applied polyurethane foam jacketed with a high-density polyethylene casing, fabrication and coating capabilities. The PermAlert® leak detection system will also be supplied with the insulated pipelines.

Raed Al Saleh, General Manager for Perma-Pipe Saudi Arabia states, “We are delighted with these contract awards at the start of 2022, which is shaping up to be another successful year.”

Adham Sharkawy, General Manager for Perma-Pipe Egypt stated, “This is another significant award from EGEMECH following on from our success with a similar project in Al-Alamin, Egypt in 2021. This product diversification strengthens our position in the market and we thank EGEMECH for continuing to place their trust and confidence in Perma-Pipe.”

Saleh Sagr, Sr., Vice President for Perma-Pipe’s MENA region commented, “We are very appreciative for all these customers that placed their trust in Perma-Pipe to execute these projects. We value our existing relationships as well as our new ones and look forward to providing our services to these customers.”

David Mansfield, President and CEO commented, "We are pleased to have won the confidence of new customers, and to have the opportunity to continue to demonstrate our capabilities to our existing customers. It is also encouraging to see the continuing opportunities in these markets after the disruptions caused by the events of the past two years. This is a good start to the current year and it provides us with a solid foundation to continue our success into 2022.”

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