Talke Group opens regional office in Bahrain

Talke Group opens regional office in Bahrain

6:40 AM, 26th November 2012
Talke Group opens regional office in Bahrain

HURTH, GERMANY/AL MANAMAH, BAHRAIN: Talke Group, which specialises in the chemical and petrochemical industry, strengthened its foothold in the Gulf region with a local office in Bahrain. The new regional office is located in Bahrain International Investment Park. It will coordinate Talke’s projects in the region and represent the steadily growing organisation in this important market. The Kingdom of Bahrain is the fourth state in the Middle East in which the Talke Group has set up office.

“Increasingly, the petrochemical companies in the region are processing specialty chemicals out of the raw materials produced here. We support our customers as they expand their range of products by providing safe, high-quality logistic services. The new regional office provides the organisational framework required to keep up with this development over the long term,” said Richard Heath, Director Middle East & Asia, Talke Group.

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