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Burak Cetin Project Manager - Petrochemical and Oil&Gas Industry
Dear all
I am searching for project managers that are going to be working on vendor projects for pumps and compressors at the petrochemical and oil&gas industry.
The location is Basel, and the company language is English and German.
For those who are interested can contact with me directly.
Warm Regards
Burak Cetin
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