Scomi Engineering gains from Brazil turmoil


When contacted, chief executive officer Kanesan Veluppillai confirmed that Sao Paulo Metro had turned to Scomi Engineering to complete and possibly fast track the Line 17 monorail project.

PETALING JAYA: The economical and political crisis in Brazil has benefited Scomi Engineering Bhd, with the company bagging additional work orders from the Brazilian government.

A Brazilian financial newspaper reported that Scomi Engineering’s partners for the Line 17 monorail project in Sao Paulo had pulled out from the project. The newspaper reported that Scomi would assume the remaining works.

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