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Aggreko Interviews

Updated 3 Jan 2015
Updated 3 Jan 2015

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    This company uses a recruiter who screens too narrowly and does not delve into real world experiences provided in resume and personal business history. I couldn't even get the recruiter to consider meeting with me.

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Website www.aggreko.com
Headquarters Glasgow, United Kingdom
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1986
Type Company - Public (AGK)
Industry Business Services
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (AUD) per year
Competitors Caterpillar, Ashtead Group

Rental king Aggreko provides temporary power to the powerless. A supplier of portable power generation, the company deploys electrical power and climate-control products and services to the world's largest events and its remotest spots, from presidential inaugurations to Tanzanian villages. In addition to leasing, Aggreko serves as a global power producer, installing and operating power plants during energy shortages or interim projects. It builds most of its power and chiller fleet (in excess of 7,500 megawatt capacity). Utilities in developing countries are its largest... More

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