Dubai: Emirates Transport Media Dept.
The Auto Services Division of Emirates Transport (ET), has signed 16 new and renewed contracts with a number of government and private entities during the past two months, it was announced.
The contracts were for the provision of maintenance and repair services for 2,720 vehicles in the fleets of these establishments, for various periods of up to three years.
Abdullatif Al Ansari, manager of ET’s Abu Dhabi Auto Services Centre, expressed the Corporation’s delight in the trust and confidence shown by its clients, which it has established over many years of outstanding performance.
According to Al Ansari, the contracts will provide maintenance and repair services for the 2,720 vehicles through 59 auto workshops spread throughout the country.
The manager of ET’s Abu Dhabi Auto Services Centre pointed to the continued growth and expansion of the Corporation’s activities, services, locations, facilities and fleet of vehicles, adding that this growth is accompanied by similar developments and diversification in terms of auto services provided.
Al Ansari highlighted how the auto services sector in Emirates Transport has achieved a significant leap in the level of its business and its revenues over the previous years, with revenues during 2018 reaching about 286.4 million dirhams, representing a growth rate of 7.9%, compared to 2017.
He expressed his hope to achieve greater success in the future, in line with the ambitious strategic plans of the Corporation, and to meet the expectations of the contracting parties.
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