Gamma Curtain Wall, a Division of Far East Global, Expands Significantly in U.S., North America, Europe

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Gamma, a division of the Far East Global Group Limited (HKEx 830.

HK) and ranking among the largest curtain wall, window wall and recladding construction companies in North America and the world, announced today a series of strategic developments across North America including a significant portfolio of newly awarded projects - - two new projects in New York City, and five in three Canadian cities: Montreal, Ottawa and Vancouver; an acquisition and new facilities; and new offices in the U.S., Canada and Europe, as the company continues its strong recent expansion.

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