Nadzab Airports Redevelopment Project

We supplied a Eurotec ECT60 (60m3/hour output) Concrete Plant to a Japanese Contractor under the JICA funded program.

The Lae Nadzab Airport in Moresby will be redeveloped at a cost of K980 Million (approx. USD 280 Million). The airport was set to undergo redevelopment to provide modern facilities with latest Japanese technologies. The facility was proposed to become the second international airport for Papua New Guinea behind Port Moresby.

The Nadzab Airport Redevelopment Project was made possible through a partnership between the Papua New Guinea government and Japan through the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) under a loan scheme. The project was awarded to a major Japanese contractor.

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