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deugro opens second Canadian office

deugro (Canada) has opened an office in Calgary, Canada as part of the company’s ongoing expansion plans.

Led by Baris Sever, deugro’s head of projects – Canada, the office will focus on serving clients in the oil and gas, power generation, mining and infrastructure sectors.

This is deugro’s second location in Canada. The company opened its first branch in Toronto, Ontario during 2014.

The opening of the Calgary office, according to deugro, is in line with its strategy to expand its activities in the mining sector.

At the beginning of this year, deugro group appointed Ivan Souza as corporate vice president – sales and business development, responsible for developing and leading the group’s activities within this industry vertical.

deugro.com

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