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New Career Opportunities in Iraq

By John Lee. The United Nations has advertised new positions in Iraq: Education Manager, Save the Children Consultancy-Effects of Conflict on Education, Save the Children WASH Program Manager, Mercy Corps TA WASH Cluster Coordinator, United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) FT Warehouse Assistant, United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Protection Analyst, Danish Refugee Council (DRC) Head of […]

New Career Opportunities in Iraqi Kurdistan

By John Lee. The United Nations has advertised new positions in Iraqi Kurdistan: AGRESSO Information System Officer, Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator (Accountability), Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) Finance Officer, Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) Shelter Assistant- Technical, Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) Shelter Assistant- Community Mobilization, Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) TA Roving Child Protection […]

Work Starts at Mid-Euphrates Airport

By John Lee. AFP reports that Iraqi officials laid the cornerstone of a new Mid-Euphrates Airport, 35 kilometres (20 miles) south of Karbala. The $500-million project will be carried out by the UK-based Copperchase, with work supervised by the Khayrat al-Sibtein company, which belongs to the Imam Hussein shrine (pictured). During the ceremony, Karbala Governor […]

Iraq Duty Free wins Ten-Year Contract Extension

By John Lee. Iraq Duty Free has reportedly had its exclusive duty free contract at Baghdad and Basra airports extended by ten years to 4th March 2029. According to The Moodie Davitt Report, the contract was awarded by the Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority (ICAA) and Ministry of Transport to Iraq Duty Free’s parent company Financial […]

Levarht enters Iraq Fruit & Veg Market

By John Lee. Netherlands-based fruit and vegetable grower Levarht has sent its first air-freight shipment to Iraq, which arrived at Erbil airport. The company said it expects to make weekly shipments of high-quality fruit and vegetables, including soft fruit, tomatoes, bell peppers, herbs, lettuce and potatoes. A spokesperson said that because of the unrest in […]

UK Pharma Startup Exports Medicines to Iraq

By John Lee. CurePharma, a UK-based medicines and pharmaceuticals wholesaler and distributor, has exported the first consignment of British manufactured medicines to Iraq. The consignment of prescription and over-the-counter medicines, worth around £50,000 in current prescription and retail values, was sent to a large pharmaceutical distributor in Baghdad, from which it will be delivered to […]

Restrata, Agility train Iraq’s Oil and Gas Workers

By John Lee. Restrata, a global player in consultancy and training services, has reportedly partnered with UAE-based logistics provider Agility to offer specialised training for oil and gas sector employees at the Rumaila Energy Park (REP). British-owned and UAE-headquartered, Restrata was created with the mission to build client resilience and optimize operations through effective management […]

Australian Firm wins work on $80m Basra Project

By John Lee. Iraq’s Ministry of Municipalities and Public Works (MMPW) has reportedly appointed Australia-based Protechnique as the main contractor for the $80-million Basra Water Pumping Station, P2R. According to a report from Construction Week Online, it will provide engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services for the project’s transmission reservoir and transmission pump station; chlorine building; […]

Increased Exports of LPG from Iraq

By John Lee. In its third-quarter results, Epic Gas says that increased LPG production at the Basrah Gas LPG plant has resulted in surplus tonnes available for export. The company said that it has recently noticed a growing number of pressure cargoes coming out from Iraq, and it expects to see this trend continue. (Source: Epic […]