Hungarian LED firm inks €2.2 mln contract with Sudan
Hungarian LED light company Bereg LED signed a €2.2 million contract with the government of Sudan to deliver solar-powered street lighting to the country, Hungary’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade told Hungarian news agency MTI today.
The local office of Hungarian Trading House (MNKH) in Sudan, as well as the Hungarian embassy in Cairo, provided support for the company in the realization of the contract, MTI reported citing the ministry.
Bereg LEDʼs patented lighting technology will be applied on approximately 20 kms of road in Al Fashir, the capital of North Darfur, MTI reported. The ministry foresees the contract paving the way for more businesses in Sudan for Bereg LED, MTI reported.
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