Speedy invests $31m in Middle East since 2010

Company now has bases in UAE, Egypt, Oman and Saudi Arabia

British equipment rental firm Speedy International has said it has invested a total of $31.3m in its Middle East operations since setting up its base the UAE in January 2010.

“We now boast the most technologically advanced and youngest fleet in the Middle East, with a focus on providing the latest in environmentally friendly and highly efficient equipment,” said Andy Carter, managing director of Speedy International.

Future plans include the opening of a new $4m, 30,000m2 regional hub at the ESNAAD Offshore supply base at Mussafah, Abu Dhabi.

The company now has bases in the UAE, Egypt, Oman and Saudi Arabia, and recently opened up offices in Qatar supporting two major infrastructure firms with temporary power solutions.

“With the UAE as our base, we cater to all geographies, including South Asia and Asia Pacific,” said Carter.


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