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    Henze Intl. celebrates its 11th year in Sudan

    21.1.2011. It is exactly 11 years and 3 days ago, that Henze Intl.  first entered into Sudan and assessed its water and sewage systems situation.  “The first trip to Sudan we made to Sudan” says Mr. Majed Shehadeh Rifai “was a door opener to a country until then was little known to us but immediately caught our respect”.  “It has been a long and teadious journey” says Majed Shehadeh Rifai, Director and infrastructure specialist, who has been providing the Middle East with infrastructure solutions since 40 years.  “Our goal is a sustainable development.  If faced with the option of establishing a local factory and achieving longterm sustainable business or a fast import  deal we have had our challenges to convince our partners” laughs Mr. Majed.  Mr. Wolfgang Fester, also Director, says Henze Intl. shall push forward its efforts in Sudan and the region.  “The time is requiring a future plan and Henze Intl. has some of the solutions” says Mr. Wolfgang.  The outlook for Henze Intl for 2012 is quite promising.  “Although the region is currently experiencing a lot of destibilizing negative effects” says Mr. Majed “it is now also the most interesting region for investments.  Henze Intl. will further its activities and is looking forward to opening its first office in Khartoum.”