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NBTC Group hosts a handover ceremony for 25 new UD Tractor Heads

In a significant move to enhance its operational fleet, NBTC Group has proudly announced the acquisition of 25 new UD Tractor Heads from the reputable M/s Boodai Trading. This key handover ceremony, marking a new chapter in NBTC's commitment to excellence, took place on 07th March 2024 at the NBTC Equipment Division premises. During this outstanding event, Mr. Waleed Dessouky, General Manager of Boodai Trading, presented the keys to NBTC's Managing Director, Mr. K. G. Abraham, Deputy Managing Director, Mr. Shibey Abraham and Deputy Managing Director - KSA Operations, Mr. K G Alexander, a gesture symbolizing the strong relationship between the two organizations.
Key figures from both NBTC Group and Boodai Trading graced the occasion with their presence. From NBTC, attendees included Manoj Nandhiyalath, (General Manager-Admin & HR (Corporate)), Praveen Sukumaran (General Manager- Contracts & Subcontracts (Corporate)), and Tibo Kuruvilla (Senior Manager- Operations (Equipment Division)). Boodai Trading was represented by Ayman Abdul Sadek Ismail (Director -Equipment Sales Division), Ahmed Kamal Abdulaziz (Senior Sales Manager (CMD)), and Mr. Amr Kotb (Senior Manager of the After-sales Division).
The handover of these revolutionary tractor heads is expected to significantly enhance NBTC Group's service offerings to its clients and solidify its position as a leader in the industry. This event not only reflects NBTC’s drive for improvement but also their continued investment in top-tier equipment to better serve their customers and projects across various sectors.
In a related triumph last month, NBTC Group took a giant leap forward by acquiring the CC 8800-1, the first Crawler Crane in the GCC with euro 5 emission and advanced technology. It boasts an exceptional load capacity of 1600 tons, positioning it amongst the globe's most formidable cranes and marking a milestone for NBTC Group’s augmentation in lifting capabilities.


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