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Director’s Message NASSTALK

NASS Talk NASS Group and Corporation’s Official Newsletter


Message Greetings to all! Welcome to the sixth issue of NassTalk. It is my honour to present our second newsletter for 2013. We have reached a milestone this year as we have completed 50 years of leadership in the industry. Along with this issue, we are pleased to celebrate the new university on the block! We are proud of Applied Science University and we hope ASU will be the prime and leading university in connecting theory and practice. Also, in this newsletter is the filming at Diyaar, all about Bahrain Building Chemicals W.L.L, GCCC events, more on environmental awareness, training programmes conducted, launching of the new websites and much more. This issue gives each of us an opportunity to look back at our achievements and strive to achieve goals that may appear challenging. We must always be thankful of how we got to where we are at the moment. I would also like to take this opportunity to welcome Mr. G.K. Roy to the NASS Group. We wish you all the very best in the job you set out to do and hope you have an enriching experience with us. Also, I would like to thank all our employees have contributed to our success. We aim to carry on achieving success in Bahrain and the region. Stay blessed!

Fawzi Nass Director

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Latest News

Find out what Nass has been up to with some snippets of all the latest news …

Corporate Identity Guidelines The manual for Corporate Identity Guidelines has been developed and the implementation is in full gear.

ECITB Honours Nass Contracting Safety Manager Nass Contracting Safety Manager received an international award from ECITB in recognition of his contribution to Environmental Awareness training. Mr Abdulnabi Marhoon was presented with a recognition plaque for his contribution to the ECITB training programme where he introduced a new module of ‘Environmental Awareness’ to the course. The Environmental Awareness course mainly covers: environmental legislation, environmental management, environmental protection and the environmental audit processes that form an integral part of the ‘Continual Improvement’ techniques that are a necessity of a sustainable environmental management system. The ECITB has now incorporated the Environmental Awareness course into its suite of core worldwide training programmes. It is included within the ECITB International Health and Safety passport scheme. The ECITB International Health and Safety Passport scheme ensures that all site personnel have reached a recognised level of Health and Safety knowledge and awareness to assist them in working on site more safely with reduced risk to themselves and others. The ECITB scheme consists of three training courses specifically designed for the engineering - construction industry: Foundation, Advanced and Supervisor.

Andrew Collinson- Chairman of ECITB, Abdulnabi Marhoon- HSE Manager, Nass Contracting, David Anthony-General Manager, Nass Contracting, Jason Riley Business- Development, Manager ECITB, Saurav Sen- QA/QC Manager Nass Contracting, Tony Featherstone- ECITB International Operations and Commercial Director.

Making a movie at


Diyaar Al Muharaq, a client of NASS, recently had a filming of the project ‘Diyaar’ where NASS Contracting was involved. Engineer Fatima from site was interviewed to script the film on the making of Diyaar project.

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Mr Collinson said; “The ECITB is extremely pleased with Mr. Marhoon’s ideas and his commitment to the subjects of Environment, Health and Safety training and is delighted to present the plaque in recognition of Mr Marhoon’s hard work, knowledge of the subject matter and enthusiastic support for the training initiative. This was a great initiative not only for Nass Contracting and Bahrain, but also for all those that work within the Engineering Construction Industry worldwide to increase Environmental Awareness.” Nass Contracting is the only contractor to be recognised as an Approved Centre to deliver the ECITB International Health and Safety Passport courses in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Nass Contracting has trained over 1275 employees in the ECITB International Health and Safety Passport Foundation course and 160 employees in the ECITB International Health and Safety Passport Advance course since obtaining their ECITB accreditation in 2011.

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GCCC Events Environment Protection Week

A huge environmental campaign to clean Manama, Bahrain’s capital was launched on 21st May 2013. It was launched under the theme “together towards a clean capital”. The drive was held until June 1st at Seef Mall with an aim to protect the environment and promote the culture amongst the Bahrain community. The week featured lectures and workshops on ways to reduce waste, proper disposal and recycling prepared by GCCC in collaboration with Manama Municipality. The Environment Protection Week campaign was part of the governments’ efforts to implement sustainable urban development strategies and stressed on the importance to protect the environment.

Seef Mall Exhibition The Ministry of Municipalities & Urban Affairs Under Secretary Dr. Nabeel Abu Alfath inaugurated the exhibition. The Manama Municipality General Director Shaikh Mohammed bin Ahmed Alkhalifa, & Muharraq Municipality General Director Mr. Saleh Alfadaleh & a number of officials from the Ministry had also attended the exhibition. The event was targeted towards the visitors of Seef Mall; more than 20 schools visited the exhibition from Manama. It educated the public and raised public awareness. It also had workshops on how to transfer trash to art.

Exhibition in Oman

GCCC was the prime sponsor of the 2nd International Conference For Waste ManagementMuscat that was held on 25th and the 26th of March 2013 at Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Muscat, Oman. The event was held under the patronage of the Omani Minister of Municipalities & Environment Affairs. GCCC had an exhibition stand where it showcased its achievements and capabilities as the leading Waste Management provider in the Middle East; Hesham Alhaddad discussed how GCCC has managed to succeed in Bahrain “Pioneering Privatisation in Bahrain” presented a paper. The Muscat Municipality awarded GCCC with a trophy for the excellent paper presented.

Environmental Sand Sculpture Contest Environmental Sand Sculpture contest was held in Karbabad. The opening ceremony was attended by Manama Municipality General Director Sh. Mohammed bin Ahmed Alkhalifa & Manama Council Vice President Mr. Mohammed Mansoor. The winning 3 art works received trophies.

Municipal Week

GCCC participated in the Municipal Week back in May with Manama Municipality. The Deputy Prime Minister Shaikh Khalid Bin Abdulla Alkhalifa, & Misiter of Municipalities & Urban Planning Dr. Juma Alkabie visited the GCCC stand that was along with Manama Municipality Stand. Mr. Ali Mansoor received an award from the Ministry of Municipalities & Urban Planning for his outstanding Municipal performance. The award was presented by the Deputy Prime Minister Shaikh Khaled bin Abdulla Alkhalifa.

Zari Ateeq

‘Zari Ateeq’ is an old culture in the region were a man walks around the street with a wheel barrow and collects old and broken house hold items and exchanges it with some new items which can be used at home. GCCC is starting this campaign in Bahrain again and they will have a similar new look Zari Ateeq walk the streets collecting old goods. This recycling campaign was launched on 2nd July at the Movenpick Hotel. The Minister of Municipalities Dr. Juma Alkabie attended the event. The campaign was aimed at teaching the citizens more about the benefits of recycling.

One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Treasure A workshop was presented to the Muharraq Municipality Staff. The workshop was presented over two weeks twice a day. The first workshop was attended by the Muharraq Municipality General Director Mr. Saleh Alfadhaleh. This has also been part of the initiative to raise public awareness starting with the municipality staff the workshop title was “One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Treasure“.

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Women in Power @ NASS Business in Gulf magazine honoured Mrs.Feryal Abdulla Nass on the occasion of International Women’s Day that was celebrated during the month of May. She was amongst the top 80 businesswomen that were highlighted in the issue. Mrs. Feryal Nass, General Manager of Artland Interior and the Chairwomen of Ma Maison Interiors has successfully blended her passion for interiors with her remarkable business skills. She is currently serving as a member of Bahrain Business Women’s Society, and Entrepreneur Committee in the Kingdom, and has volunteered herself to be the member of Bahrain International Garden Show and National Initiative for Agricultural Development in the past. Having attended the prestigious forum for Arab Women in the Global Economy in London our beloved NASS daughter has positioned herself to be one of the Leading Business Women in Bahrain.

NASS Asphalt is proud to announce the launch of their new website,

Stay tuned to the latest information by the professionals who care.

Food Safety Accrediation NASS Foods, a division of NASS Corporation B.S.C was recently accredited as an ISO Company. The Food Safety Management Systems are as per EN ISO 22000:2005. It is the requirement for any organization in the food chain. In accordance with TÜV NORD CER procedures, NASS Foods will be able to receive, store and distribute ambient, chilled and frozen food products.

Sarens NASS Middle East determined to lift its business to new heights launched their new website

3 ISOs for SNME operations Sarens NASS M.E received ISO 9001 accreditation for three operational units - Bahrain, Saudi and Qatar The three ISO Certified Companies are Sarens NASS Middle East W.L.L, Abdulla NASS & Partners Co. Ltd, Qatar Al Attiyah International Group- Heavy Lift Division.

Fabrication Project- Complete! NASS Marine Services, a marine division of the NASS Group, recently handed over a competed project that involved the fabrication of a new deck cargo barge to Ocean Diving & Marine Services that is owned and operated by Mr. Samir Engineer in the Kingdom. The vessel, Ocean 8 was fabricated to include a new deck cargo barge with a depth of 1.83 mts, gross tonnage of 217 RT and net tonnage of 65 RT. “We offer a variety of deck barges making sure that they have been customised to suit our clients’ needs. The barge used by ocean Diving & Marine Services has been specifically designed to carry cargo on deck and performing a number of other functions and services,” said Director Mr.Sami Nass from NASS Marine. Ocean Diving & Marine Services is a reputed company that specialises in an array of marine construction work - Construction of jetties & slipway, piling works, dredging and marine excavation works, marine trenching and cable laying works, diving and underwater mechanical works, Hiring of equipment and manpowercrane barges, spud barges, tug boats, speed boats, dredging equipment, piling equipment, diving team, licensed speed boat captain, and much more. “We are extremely delighted to have joined hands with Nass in the fabrication of the new barge. Ocean Diving & Marine Services is one of the leading company that specialising in the provision of marine services in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Our services range from struts and jetties to excavation work and much more,” said Mr. Salah Ali director of Operations at Ocean Diving & Marine Services. The company management and workforce have extensive experience in major ship building and ship repair yards worldwide and their qualifications are certified by reputed classification societies such as American Bureau of Shipping (ABS).

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We do Plumbing too! Nass Procurement has entered into a special deal with NASS Plumbing division for carrying out plumbing works at all NASS facilities. The contract was signed by Mr. David Mckay on behalf of Nass Logistics and Mr. Abdulla Saleh, Manager of Nass Plumbing. This contract will benefit all NASS Group and Corporation companies in carrying out plumbing related work in a quick and efficient way.

Party Over - Now to Work!! The First lift carried out by the SNME’s new 500 ton crane

Green Peace: For an Environmentally Conscious Approach

What are you doing for your world? Plant Trees Use Energystar Appliances Condition Your Home Drive Less Follow Kyoto ent Write to the Governm Use Green Credits Turn Off those Lights, that Engine, that TV Go Hybrid s Plant some more Tree Just get outside and Enjoy Nature

It’s really not that complicated. It’s time to make some changes. If you care about the Health of Environment and the Future of this Planet, you can make a few easy changes to your life - For yourself, For your Children, For your World. Or you could let Heatwaves and Hurricanes and rising coastlines and melting glaciers continue to destroy millions of lives.


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NASSTALK Feature Facility

For Paramount

Quality and Performance PRODUCT BRAND & PORTFOLIO Readymix Pozzolith®, Rheocrete®, Rheobuild®, Glenium® SKY, RheoMATRIX®, Masterflow® Underground Construction MEYCO®, Rheocem® ,Rheosoil®, Masterseal®, Masterflow®, Glenium®, Delvocrete® Tiling & Sealants PCI®, Mastertile®, Masterflex® Expansion Joints & Bearings Wabo®, Masterflex® Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) Senergy® MCP and Precast RheoFIT®, Glenium® ACE, Rheobuild®, Rheofinish®, RheoMATRIX®, Rheoface Flooring Systems Mastertop®, Ucrete®

Whether its above ground, underground, a new project or a remedial repair project, one needs to make sure that the materials used not only meet the challenges of today but also delivers the long-term requirements for the future.

Concrete Repair & Protection

Bahrain Building Chemicals W.L.L. was established in 2006 by NASS Group as the distributor of BASF Admixtures and Construction Systems in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The Company has grown quickly to become one of the leading suppliers of construction chemicals in the country. Despite the recent downturn in the construction market, the company has continued to grow and exceed expectations. BASF is the world’s leading chemical company. The BASF Construction Chemicals division is the leading supplier of chemical systems and formulations for the construction industry. With the headquarters in UAE and branches throughout the Middle East, the continuous innovation and tailor-made solutions has enabled the company to meet the ever changing demands of the construction market. Its Admixture Systems unit helps customers in the ready-mix, precast and manufactured concrete industries. The Construction Systems unit offers a comprehensive portfolio encompassing cement additives, chemical solutions for underground construction, waterproofing systems, sealants, concrete repair & protection systems, performance grouts, performance flooring systems, tile fixing systems, expansion control systems and wood protection solutions. With a highly professional team led by NASS Group’s Mr. Jon Mottram, General Manager and BASF, Alex McDonald-Bahrain Regional Manager, the team is working hard to expand the business. Alex and the team are focused on developing relationships with contractors, clients and consultants in order to improve knowledge of the Company’s wide product range. To support growth the Company is seeking to expand the existing storage facilities to enable increased stock levels in order to cope with an increase in demand for materials.

Watertight Construction Systems

Alex McDonald (centre) and the team

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Concresive®, Protectosil®, MBrace®, Emaco®, Masterseal® Grouting Masterflow® Masterpren®, Masterseal®, Masterflex®, Thoro®, Concresive®, Conipur®, Mastertop®

Isa Town Interchange Underpass Painting carried out by BBC (BASF)

Feature Project NASSTALK

New University on the Block Applied Science University (ASU) is all set to move to its new campus in September 2013. The campus has been established according to international standards. The total built up area of the campus spreads over 24,000 sqm and is designed to accommodate around 2100 students at the same time, to reach a capacity of 6300 students distributed over mornings, evenings and weekends, which is ideal for staff and students alike. Dr. Waheeb Al Khaja, the President of ASU said: “The buildings conforms to international standards proposed by the Advisory Office in adopting the design requirements of the Gulf, European and American universities.” Ghazi Nass, CEO of NASS Contracting said: “The work began in March last year and 95% of the academic building have been completed. The project is progressing restlessly in an attempt to meet the scheduled delivery date.” The project supports the development of Tubli Bay and takes into account raising environmental awareness among students through energy conservation. The design combines modernity and classic character that gives it a unique character that reflects the university’s vision to linking academic study and the applications of modern technology. The new campus includes four faculties: Firstly, a new Engineering faculty that will open with the opening of the new campus and getting the approval from Higher Education Council. It includes four departments: Architecture Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering departments. Secondly, Faculty of Arts and Sciences that includes three departments: Computer Science, Graphic and interior design, General Studies departments. Thirdly, Faculty of Law, which includes: Public law and Private law departments. Finally, Administrative Science, which includes: Business Administration, MIS, Accounting, and Political Science departments. The new university campus consists of 3 main buildings: Academic building that consists of six floors and a ground floor featuring the front yard and entrance hall, admissions and registration office, cafes, lounges and a library that includes all the requirements and the issues set forth by the Higher Education Council, in addition to 13 research chambers, computers in electronic library and enough shelves to house 23 thousand books and references. The second building is the administrative and services building. With a total area of 2200 sqm, this building includes administrative offices and areas for student activities, including the ground floor, which includes a gym, a hall for exhibitions and seminars, in addition to the administrative offices of the university’s president and departments’ managers and meeting rooms. The third building is the continuing education building and it consists of two floors with a total area of 1266 sqm, 633 sqm per floor.

The total built up area of the campus spreads over 24,000 sqm and is designed to accommodate around 2100 students at the same time, to reach a capacity of 6300 students distributed over mornings, evenings and weekends.

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One on One with

Gerard Hutton

General Manager, NASS Asphalt Nationality : British Qualification: MSc in Construction Project Management, Institute of Quarrying Examination Certificate in Management Studies Certificate of Competence in Road Haulage Hobbies : Karate, Reading, Circuit Training

What key developments have you seen in NASS Asphalt over the years? I joined nine years ago just at the end of the Hidd infrastructure project, which was the project that started Nass Asphalt. We had already become lowest on the term tender and shortly after my arrival we were awarded the project. The term contract had traditionally been carried out by 2 long established asphalt companies, so we initially had to earn the confidence of our client. The term tender work allowed us the foundation from which we were able to grow. The next milestone project for us was the Bahrain Map in which we acted as pavement sub-contractors to Nass Contracting. This was a milestone project for Nass Contracting as well, as it was not only their first major road project. I believe it was the first project of its type carried out solely by a Bahraini company. Nass Asphalt has looked at a steady but continual growth. When I started nine years ago, we had 45 staff and now we have 450 but it is not just about the numbers, it is also the capability of the staff as many who joined us in the early days who are still with us and their abilities to grow with the company. At present, we are working at the Bahrain International Airport, one of our many noteworthy and important projects in Bahrain.

Staff It Up!


Trainings AutoCAD upgrade

NASS Contracting CAD technicians upgraded their skills on AutoCAD 2013 with a training session from Oryx Technologies. The training was held on 9th May 2013, by the QA/QC department. All the participants received a certificate upon the completion of the course.

Creating a Culture of Safety As part of the rigourous training sessions, staff and workers from NASS Commercial and NASS Procurement had recently attended a 15 hour General Health and Safety Training at the Talal Abu Ghazaleh Training Group with an aim of creating a culture of safety in the minds of all, and to familiarise them with the latest health and safety practices.

Tell us a little about the Bahrain Construction market that NASS Asphalt is involved in. NASS Asphalt had their record year last year. We did this by maintaining high volumes and pricing very competitively. We look to be competitive by controlling our supply chain cost as much as possible. Much of our production is based on double shifting and this results in lower production and haulage costs. Although we feel the market is improving, it is still very tough and we are constantly looking to find new opportunities. What strategy do you implement to get the best out of the team? Team effort is very important if one needs to achieve their goal. I look to involve the team as much as possible in the decision making as I believe this is the best method of getting people to buy in and take responsibility. We have 3 tiers of team meetings, senior management, department management and site staff. From experience, this is the best way of communicating strategies and getting feedback. We also employ an open door policy. What project has stood out and why? Well, the projects that have stood out would undoubtedly be the Term Contracts, as these projects have helped us grow in this industry. At the same time, the major road infrastructural projects such as the Bahrain Map and Isa Town Gate have been very important. Our important projects also include working on the taxiways and runways at Sakhir Airbase and Bahrain International Airport. We have also carried out major highway projects as the main contractor Sheikh Salman and Arad highway being the most recent. We have worked for BAPCO, Tatweer, Royal Court, ASRY and the BDF as the main contractor and subcontractor that has been good for building our portfolio of experience. What does the future hold for NASS Asphalt? The future looks very promising. We have few ideas that are in the process of coming alive. One such is recycling. What advice has stuck with you throughout your professional career? I have learnt that it is always the best option is to spend your time and effort in doing a quality job the first time. As the saying goes, “first impression is the best impression�!

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Bid Farewell! Mr. Shaheeb who was a part of the Nass family retired to be with his family on 16th May. He worked as a Purchaser in the Nass Procurement and Logistics Division. We thank him for his contribution to our organisation.


New module added to the ECITB course HSE Manager, NASS Contracting, Mr. Abdulnabi Marhoon had introduced a new module of ‘Environmental Awareness‘ to the ECITB course. Realising that this module was not initially present in the programme, he trained the employees on the importance of environmental awareness. This training was held at Al Safir Hotel on the 15th of April.

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Employee of the Month

NIT Safety Course NASS International Trading’s Mr. Hasona and Mr. Mirano recently attended safety training for creating an awareness of safety and how to be prepared during any situation.

First Aid is Important! A First Aid course was conducted highlighting the importance of safety and first aid. The twoday course was conducted for 30 NASS Contracting employees at the Arabian East Training Centre. Employees from the ASRY project, Alba Refractory Project and Private Villa Project attended the training. The course conducted by the HSE department covered First Aid, CPR and AED Training.

April 2013 Mr. Biju Collection and Sales Agent

Mr. Biju has worked extremely hard. He was awarded the employee of the month of April due to his excellent attendance and discipline. Till date, there have been no cutomer isuues raised. He has shown commendable dedication to all tasks and responsibilities given to him.

May 2013 Mr. Jalal Jaafar Clearing Agent

Mr. Jalal, A Clearing Agent at NASS Foods was awarded the Employee of the Month for May as he has demonstrated a keen initiative for the tasks he was assigned. He has also demonstrated a high quality of work and he works well in a team.

Welcome Aboard! GK ROY

Mr. G.K.Roy joined NASS Mechanical Contracting CO. W.L.L as General Manager in 2013. With a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters in Business Administration from the USA, he has brought with him a 34 year long career where he worked his way up the management structure, thus giving him a clear idea about almost every aspect in his field. His expertise includes Strategic Planning & Project Management, Creating and developing long term revenue streams through mergers & acquisitions, Business Development, Technology Transfer, Corporate restructuring and Quality Management. He has a diversified experience in EPC/LSTK for various sectors in Oil & Gas, Refinery, Petrochemical, Chemical, Cement, Power, Water and Desalination, Metal and Mining sector. He has also had hands on experience in Sales and marketing, Design, Estimation, Fabrication, Welding, QA/QC, and Manufacturing of Pressure Vessels, Heat Exchangers, Tank- Shop and Site installation, nuclear plant equipment, etc. We would like to welcome you into the Nass Family.

June 2013 Mr. Arsalan Saeed Ticketing Purchaser

Mr. Arsalan Saeed, a Ticketing Purchaser at NASS Procurement and Logistics was awarded for his high quality of work, his ability for developing procedures on his own and finding ways to solve problems that occur in the ticketing department and the filing system.

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NASSTALK Sports/Social Corner

Feature Races: Washaah, owned by Fawzi Abdulla Nass, trained by Fawzi Nass and ridden by Hussain Makki, claimed the President of Goys Cup for locally bred horses which also carried a cash prize of BD2,000 on 12th April 2013. Saqlaawy 1517, owned by Al Roudha Stable, trained by Fawzi Nass and ridden by Hussain Makki, set the trend for the favourites winning the first feature race of the day which was for Al Roudha Cup and for Arabian horses and carried a cash prize of BD1,500 on 26th April 2013.

Blast from the


Signing of a Million Dollar Deal Abdulla Nass, Martin Stap, Abdulla Juma and others

ESAB machines lined up at the commercial service centre Nass Vermeer T855 This Trenching Machine has been used for various 66KVA Projects

Sudoku Here is the puzzle. Good luck!

Social Corner 7 8 5 4 1 8 3 5 2 1 9 4 4 6 9 7 4 1 4 2 1 3 2 2 6 3 9

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Health Snippets Safety Tips

Every year, hundreds of injuries and accidents relating to machine and equipment operation occur. Most of these accidents involve the operator, but some involve people on the ground that get really close to the work area. • Use a spotter for guidance. Make sure the machine clears the ramps before turning. • Keep people away from the machine during loading and unloading. • When ready to start work, always check the machine surroundings before moving. • Be aware of obstructions, including electrical lines, water, gas, etc. • Always wear a seat belt.

KAESER compressors lined up at the new service centre

Tech Pick

HVAC Professional on the iTunes App Store HVAC PROFESSIONAL FORMULATOR has over 200 formulae of the HVAC Formulator and adds 18 charts as well as the complete International Mechanical Code. This includes a number of sections that consist of air change, air side, boilers, energy valves, heating requirements and design, steam, temperature, area calculations and BTU conversions. It helps you quickly find what you need. Yo can mark formulae as your favourite and access recently used formulae.

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Work Involved: Creatives English copy-writing Translation to Arabic Proofreading Production

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Work Involved: Creatives English copy-writing Translation to Arabic Proofreading Production