Message from the Chairman of the Board on the occasion of the 21st anniversary of the establishment of Omran Maroon Engineers Company
My dear colleagues On the 27th of Ordibehesht, 1400, I congratulate the 21st anniversary of the establishment of the Omran Maroon Engineers Company, which promises a great transformation and a bright future, to the great family of the company. The company is proud to have partners who, in all honesty and integrity, do not spare any effort to achieve the company's goals. Exactly , the success of the company in the existing highly competitive market will require collective diligence , empathy and continuous accompany in reviving the company name and promotion the company to its true position. I would also like to modestly thank all the colleagues who have sincerely cooperated with us from the beginning in founding this solid building. Once again, I would like to express my gratitude and thanks to all my esteemed colleagues and ask God Almighty for the prosperity, success and health of all my dear colleagues. I hope that with doubled effort and with empathy and harmony, we can be successful while realizing the company's vision as in the past .
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