Dubai: Emirates Transport Media Dept.
Emirates Transport (ET) honoured 78 employees and administrative units during the Emirates Transport Excellence Awards 2019 which was held Thursday to recognise the work of outstanding performers.
The event was held at InterContinental Festival City Hotel – Dubai, under the patronage of H.E. Hussein bin Ibrahim Al Hammadi, Minister of Education and Chairman of Emirates Transport, and was attended by hundreds of employees from across the country.
Mohammad Abdullah Al Jarman, ET general manager, applauded the culture of achievement at the federal transport corporation and urged employees to continue challenging themselves. He also highlighted the role of the UAE leadership in inspiring excellence as the way forward for all government employees.
He said: “We congratulate the winners and value their efforts during 2018 and their continuous endeavour to achieve the goals of their organization and work together as one team to achieve successes and overcome challenges.
“2018 was another important milestone and a new launching point for a better future for Emirates Transport, and together we have already achieved many of the objectives of the transformation project to enhance the competitiveness of the Corporation and its presence in the transport sector,” added Al Jarman.
The ET general manager praised the hard work and innovation of ET employees over the past year, which led to higher revenues and improved business results across the board.
He said: “Reviewing the financial figures and results achieved in 2018, Emirates Transport’s revenues rose to AED 2.6 billion with a growth of 10% compared to 2017.”
Various categories were honoured during the ceremony including best business centres and department, best administrator, rising stars, drivers, auto technicians, as well as paying tribute to long-serving employees.
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