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Bahra factory back to normal after fire.

Bahra Cables says work at one of its factories has returned to normal after a recent fire that claimed the lives of four workers.

The blaze started on a production floor of its advanced manufacturing facility in Jeddah on August 17, the Saudi company said in a statement.

Five other employees who were injured in the incident but were discharged from hospital the same day after receiving treatment.

Bahra offered its condolences to the family of the four workers killed and said it will do everything in its ability to support them.

The incident will not delay orders to customers, particularly those for major projects and Saudi Electricity Company.

The company is cooperating with an investigation by the relevant authorities into the cause of the blaze.

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