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Grupo Tradeco S.A. de S.V.

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Mexican group Grupo Tradeco S.A. de S.V. is principally engaged in the construction of infrastructure and urban works, industrial development, and highway maintenance services. The company's project portfolio includes the Albatros bridge, Durango-Mazatlán highway and San Antonio second-tier roadworks. Among its clients are the country's federal district government, national water authority Conagua, transport and communications ministry (SCT) and Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex). Grupo Tradeco has regional presence in Panama, Colombia, Chile, Peru and Bolivia, as well as in the US. Grupo Tradeco was founded in 1992 and is headquartered in Mexico City, Mexico.

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