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MRS Fashions scales up its area leased by 22 per cent

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Bahrain-based modular industrial leasing complex company Baytik Industrial Oasis Company (BIO) has expanded the space leased out to MRS Fashions (MRS), by 2,200sqm. This is a 22 per cent increase over the 9,600sqm leased under the previous agreement. The new deal paves the way for MRS, part of Hong Kong-based Must Garment Corporation, to grow its operations and increase the benefits it receives from its location at BIO. This includes access to high quality manufacturing space, low upfront investment costs, and close proximity to the Khalifa Bin Salman Port and Bahrain International Airport. The agreement was signed between BIO chairman Osama Al Khajah and MRS executive director Harinder Lamba in the presence of senior officials, as well as representatives from CBRE, BIO’s leasing agent.

 

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