Since 2010, Remco Building Systems has completed around twenty projects in Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Senegal, Rwanda and Ethiopia, breaking through the milestone of 100,000m2 of commercial premises in Africa.
With the addition of an order for four buildings in Ethiopia, with a total area of around 18,000 square metres for a pioneering multinational company, Remco has broken through the milestone of 100,000 m² of commercial premises on the African continent.
Since 2010, Remco Ruimtebouw (acting abroad as Remco Building Systems) has completed around twenty projects for major multinational and local companies in Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Senegal, Rwanda and Ethiopia.
The company builds high quality steel industrial halls that are erected within short lead times and to satisfactory levels. Both the product and the efficient approach go hand in hand with demand due to the rapid economic growth in African countries.
In addition, Remco Building Systems provides employment by hiring local installers who are trained on the job by the Dutch site managers. Remco Building Systems works to international safety standards.
Jan van Vulpen, Managing Director of Remco Building Systems said: “Due to our broad internationally-minded approach, we are in an excellent position to achieve further growth over the next few years.
“With large projects in Cameroon and Morocco on our radar, we expect to have passed the barrier of 200,000 square metres in Africa well within the next five years”.