Turkey's Calik Holding has constructed an international ophthalmologic therapy complex in Ashkhabad, Turkmenistan.
The complex was inaugurated at a ceremony attended by Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow and Calik Holding's Executive Board chairman Ahmet Calik.
The complex cost 56 million USD and concluded in two years. More than 40,000 patients can be treated at the 120-bed complex.
Berdimuhamedow later opened a traumatology hospital built by Turkish company EFOR Construction. The construction cost 47 million USD.
Founded in 1981, Calik Holding employs more than 20,000 people by means of its business enterprises in 14 countries within the sectors of energy, telecom, textile, construction, finance, media, and mining.
Calik Holding operating in a region extending from Central Asia to North Africa and from Middle East to the Balkans, has more than 2 billion US Dollars annual turnover. The Group's, consolidated asset size exceeds 5.5 billion US Dollars and is currently working on 20 Billion USD worth project portfolio.
As a result of its active involvement in the domestic and foreign tenders, Calik Group has incorporated; Albtelecom, the land line operator and internet supplier of Albania in 2007, the Turkuvaz Media Group, one of two largest media enterprises of Turkey in 2008, and Yesilirmak Electricity Distribution Inc. (YEDAS), which is responsible of electric distribution in five major cities of Turkey in 2010.
AAGüncelleme Tarihi: 22 Temmuz 2011, 09:31