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Harsco Infrastructure receives contracts worth $1.5M

Harsco Infrastructure, a division of Wormleysburg-based
Harsco Corp., today received three
contracts worth a total of $1.5 million to provide concrete formwork for
construction projects in France,
Peru and Romania, according to the company.

Harsco Infrastructure, a division of Wormleysburg-based
Harsco Corp., today received three
contracts worth a total of $1.5 million to provide concrete formwork for
construction projects in France,
Peru and Romania, according to the company.

Harsco Infrastructure is a worldwide provider of systems to
define poured concrete, also called formwork.

In France,
Harsco is providing formwork for an office building near Paris. Work on that will begin next month.

In Peru,
Harsco is supplying formwork and related engineering services for construction
of a water treatment plant and pumping station that will service a gold
producer.

In Romania,
Harsco is supplying formwork for a modernization of the country’s largest power
plant.

Harsco, based in Cumberland
County, provides services and products to the
non-residential construction, energy, metals production, mining and railway
industries.

Its shares are
traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol HSC.

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