Marketing and Media Department – Dubai:
Emirates Transport (ET) and Dubai Police have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop areas of cooperation and joint services between the two parties in the fields of transport and leasing, auto services and the sale of used vehicles.
The signing ceremony of the MoU took place at the General Department of Transport and Rescue at Dubai Police, where it was signed by Faryal Tawakul, Acting CEO of Emirates Transport, and by Brigadier General Dr. Mohammed Nasser Abdul Razzaq Al Razouqi, director of the General Department of Transport and Rescue at Dubai Police, in the presence of a number of officials from both sides.
Tawakul expressed her pride in the qualitative and strategic partnership with Dubai Police, which goes back for more than 20 years in various fields of services, stressing that Emirates Transport puts all its services, capabilities and accumulated experience in this regard to support the strategic goals of Dubai Police.
For his part, Al-Razouki, praised the strategic partnership that has existed between the two sides for many years, which constitutes a shining example of fruitful cooperation between government entities in the country, stressing that the signed MoU comes within this extended context of cooperation and concerted efforts.
The MoU stipulates the signing of a package of new contracts for leasing a wide range of vehicles, buses and electric vehicles for the benefit of the Dubai Police, in addition to the renewal of a number of previous contracts in the field of transport services for police officers and other employees, as well as the signing of a new contract under which Emirates Transport will handle the sale of used vehicles from the Dubai Police fleet.
The MoU will also see the formation of a joint committee from the two parties to supervise the activation of the terms and objectives of the memorandum and the periodic follow-up to the progress of work in the implementation of projects and services included in the concluded and renewed contracts.