Dubai: Emirates Transport Media Dept.
Emirates Transport (ET) and Imdaad, a leading provider of integrated facilities and waste management solutions in the GCC, have renewed their comprehensive auto and workshop management services contract for another three years, beginning January 2019.
Mohammed Abdullah Al Jarman, general manager of Emirates Transport, expressed his delight for the continuous trust shown by Imdaad in the repair and maintenance services provided by federal transport and auto services corporation, stressing that the renewal of the contract between the two parties is a new step to affirm their mutual partnership.
Al Jarman said: “Emirates Transport is fully prepared to perform the tasks entrusted to it, namely the provision of auto services for more than 300 vehicles from the fleet of Imdaad, while continuing to adhere to the highest standards of quality and excellence in the service provided.
The ET general manager stated that the Corporation’s customer base in the auto services sector includes a wide range of public and private sector establishments, as well as major national companies in the country.
ET’s Auto Services Division currently provides repair and maintenance services and a range of related services to about 50,000 vehicles across the state, as well as auto workshop management services for a number of clients.
Jamal Abdulla Lootah, Imdaad Group CEO, said: “We are pleased to sign the contract with Emirates Transport, which has an impressive track record in the maintenance and repairs of vehicles and equipment.
“As a leading integrated facilities management services provider in the GCC, Imdaad has been partnering with key leaders across industries and the new agreement reflects our commitment to maintaining the highest standards of quality, not only in our service offerings but also in our assets,” he added.
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