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Oil & Gas and Mining, Turnkey camp project, Karmod

Temporary and Permanent Prefabricated Construction Modular Camps

Karmod for Prefabricated Buildings was established in Turkey, Istanbul in 1986. Since it was established it has been serving big market with specialized products. With its extensive product range, Karmod has successful accomplished many projects to the oil & gas sector, construction sector, military sector, and social and sport sectors by providing temporary and permanent prefabricated camp solutions.

Offering superior quality was the main focus of Karmod since the beginning. Today Karmod is recognized among the top ranked companies in this sector world wide with its products exported to 74 countries around the world.

Karmod has successfully completed many turnkey projects for many sectors such as governments, international companies, charity organizations and UN departments.

Karmod work camps projects include: Worker Residential City and dormitory buildings, dining halls, offices and wide range of other functions. The ready to use function means that buildings come with electrical and sanitary installation materials, floor covering, internal and external walls painting, roof and ceiling covering, steel internal & external stairs, transportation and assembly on site.

Among the countries that karmod has exported to are:

Middle East : Iraq, Qatar, Abu-Dhabi, Dubai, syria, lebanon, Iran, Jordan, Yemen, Oman,
Asia/Far East :  Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Nepal, Russian Federation, Ukraine, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Afghanistan
Europe : Turkey, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Moldavia, Romania, Ireland, Great Britain, Kosovo, sarajevo
Africa :Egypt, Algeria, Congo, Equator Guinea (Island of Malabo), Libya, Algeria,Morocco, Nigeria, Guinea, Sudan,Cameroon,Djibouti, Niger, Mauritania, Gabon, Democratic Republic of Congo,Burkina Faso, Senegal
South America: Venezuela, Nicaragua
Australia : Australia, New Zealand

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2013 Ocak 19
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