J P Construction

J P Construction


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J P Construction

  • 215 Wythenshawe Road
  • Manchester
  • Lancashire
  • M23 9DB
  • Tel: 0161 223 1666
  • Fax: 0161 223 1667

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J P Construction provide building services and are located at 215 Wythenshawe Road in the Lancashire town of Manchester. J P Construction can be contacted on 0161 223 1666.

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BUSINESS OFFER
We Have 15 years experience in Qatar Civil construction industry, interested to appoint a working partner for our ongoing projects. He will be paid 33.33% share in Equity & profit, visa, family status, monthly salary and other perks as per Qatar labour law. He must be five years experience in project management, tendering, budgeting, site supervision and control of HR and he must invest Qrs.100,000 for working capital. Maximum partners are limites to three. He can sell his share to any body (NOC from other Two) after two years of contract and he will not provide NOC or release letter to work in Qatar after his termination.
Also we are planning to establish the following projects in Qatar:-
Recycle used motor oil for Industrial oil for export
Recycle paper and cotton for fine craft paper to make invitation card, visiting cards, wedding cards and to export
Collect and export the above and hard board paper, all kinds of metals, battery, all kinds of motor parts and all kinds of plastics.
QATAR ECONOMY
Qatar set to see major projects worth $106bn until 2022 (Gulf Times report on 26-01-2012)
Qatar will see $106bn worth of major projects until 2022 with significant investments in oil and gas, heavy industry, electricity generation and water desalination, social infrastructure and transportation links, Meed said in a report yesterday.
Infrastructure spending will dominate the next five years with around $65bn due to be invested in a series of new transportation schemes including the new $11bn Doha International airport, the $6bn Doha port project and a $25bn metro and railway. Despite an expected slowdown this year, the outlook for the economy of the world’s largest exporter of liquefied natural gas remains positive with GDP growth projected at 6%, according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecasts.
Sincerely, come with us for better future
MURALI
cyemqatar@gmail.com

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