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Chittoor | Thursday, Mar 17 2016 IST
: Bart De Groof, Consul General of Consulate General of Belgium in Chennai visited Sri City in this district of Andhra Pradesh today.

On his arrival at Business Centre, Dr. Bart De Groof was given a warm reception by Sri City Founder Managing Director Ravindra Sannareddy.

Briefing the guest on Sri City and its brisk pace of development Mr. Ravindra Sannareddy said, "We pride ourselves in providing world-class infrastructure and ensuring hassle-free operations to all our customers. Presence of several international brands here in Sri City, including the Belgium's Vermeiren Group stands as a testimony to our commitment."

Dr. Bart De Groof said,"The integrated concept seems to be very effective. The Belgian company present here is immensely pleased with all the services provided."

The purpose of Dr. Bart De Groof's visit was to gain first-hand knowledge of the infrastructure and activity at the industrial cluster. During the interaction, he evinced keen interest and quizzed on different aspects of Sri City. He went around the campus and visited the plant of Vermeiren India Rehab Pvt.Ltd., which will produce rehabilitation equipment, such as wheelchairs, walker aids, patient beds and among others. UNI VV KVV RSS 1650

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