A Northern Ireland company has won a £100,000 contract to supply construction equipment in Kurdistan.
Anaconda will supply 10 machines to stockpile sand and other building materials.
Kurdistan is a post-conflict region of Iraq.
Anaconda managing director Alistair Forsyth said: "This is a very exciting contract for us in a market which offers extensive opportunities for our range of machinery.
"Huge investment is now under way in Kurdistan's infrastructure to help in generating faster economic growth."
Anaconda is based in Ardboe, Co Tyrone. The project is in the city of Erbil.
Invest NI helped the company to build up knowledge of Kurdistan by arranging briefing seminars with senior representatives from the region's government. It is a region rich in natural resources including oil and gas.
Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster said: "This is an important breakthrough for Anaconda in a market with immense potential, especially for companies focused on infrastructure projects."