Dubai, UAE: Emirates Transport (ET) has started implementing a service agreement signed with the Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority (ADAFSA), according to which it provides auto inspection services for vehicles used in transporting and distributing agricultural and animal foods and products.
Basil Al Jabri, Head of the Food Control Department and Acting Head of the Agricultural Control Department, said that – under this agreement – the authority has begun training ET employees on the essential requirements and process needed for issuing permits for all food and animal transport vehicles.
The authority will audit the vehicle inspection centres to ensure compliance with health requirements and approved specifications for vehicles according to their economic activity.
Amer Juma Al Shehhi, manager of the Auto Inspection Unit at Emirates Transport, stated that – under the agreement – ET centres will inspect a wide range of vehicles, such as motorcycles used for transporting food, food delivery vehicles, animal feed transport vehicles, live animal and birds transport vehicles and veterinary drug transport vehicles.
He added that all the ET vehicle inspection centres have advanced facilities to facilitate procedures for clients and achieve their comfort, and employees who are well trained on using the latest equipment and technologies necessary to complete the required tasks, and provide services to clients in accordance with the highest standards and levels of quality and professionalism.