As a result of increased oil and gas and mining projects in Saudi Arabia and the consequent need for modular workforce housing, Red Sea Housing Services Company plans to build a fourth manufacturing facility, this one in the Kingdom. The $22.65 million plant, located in King Abdullah Economic City (KEAC), will be nearly 600,000 square feet, and will increase the company’s output by 35 percent. The plant is expected to be functioning in the second quarter of 2012, as tradearabia.com informs MHProNews. Red Sea currently has modular housing factories in Jubail, Saudi Arabia, Jebel Ali in Dubai and Accra, Ghana.
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