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Saudi Arabia and Kuwait border mapping

New Zealand: NZ Aerial Mapping Limited and the Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia represented by the Minister of Interior of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Government of the State of Kuwait represented by the Minister of Interior of State of Kuwait, signed a contract in Jeddah. Under the contract, the company will map the Partitioned Zone, Dividing Line and the Boundary Line between The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and The State of Kuwait.
 
The contract, to map the recognised border between the two countries and replace all 150 markers with new and substantial monuments will take 20 months to complete and was subject to international tender. NZAM was competing with the leaders in the field of boundary mapping and demarcation from around the world.
 
Mohammed Hanno, Chairman of NZ Aerial Mapping Limited said, “The award of this major contract recognises the pre-eminence of NZAM and its technological capability in the field of aerial surveying and mapping derived from 74 years in the business”. NZAM has operated in the Middle East and Africa for several years and has successfully completed projects in Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Sudan, Benin and Sierra Leone.

Source: NZ Aerial Mapping