South Korean Taihan bags $25.5 million contracts in Middle East

South Korean electric wire company Taihan has won three contracts worth $25.5 million in the Middle East – two in Dubai and one in Qatar. The first contract, worth $13 million, was awarded by the UAE’s Dubai Electricity and Water Authority for the supply of 132 kV cables and cable connectors. The contract also includes installation of underground cables, for connecting the new substations and changing the existing aerial cables. The company signed another $1.5 million contract in Dubai for supplying 132 kV cables. The third $11 million contract was awarded by Ashghal, the Public Works Authority of Qatar, for the supply of 220 kV cables and fittings for the expansion of roads and associated facilities in the Al Rayyan region located in central Qatar, and to undertake connection work.