GE Names Julius Berger to Build Multi-Million Dollar Facility

Julius Berger Nigeria Plc has emerged as the preferred bidder to build General Electric's multi modal manufacturing and Assembly facility in Calabar Nigeria. The project is expected to create over 2000 jobs and make Calabar the hub of manufacturing for Power, Oil and Gas. Cross River Technical College will also get an upgrade. Read More on our GE Africa page

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Executives of General Electric (GE) pay a courtesy call to inform the President of Nigeria that GE has awarded the contract for the construction of of its Calabar facility to Julius Berger. Photo: (L-R) Mohammed Namadi Sambo, Vice President of Nigeria; Goodluck Ebele Johnthan, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria; John Rice, Vice President, GE Global and Lazarus Angbazo, CEO and President, GE Nigeria.

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