Dubai: Emirates Transport Media Dept.
The Emirates Centre for Transport and Leasing, a subsidiary of Emirates Transport (ET), has signed a number of new and renewal contracts, expected to be worth Dh590 million for the first quarter of 2018.
The contracts were signed with both government and private sectors for terms spanning between three to five years.
Bader Al Attar, executive director of ET’s Logistics Division, said: “With more than 36 years of experience in the UAE, Emirates Transport has achieved tremendous growth and gained the confidence of many clients, as the signing of the latest contracts demonstrates.”
Tariq AlSedawi, manager of the Centre, said under these contracts the ET would provide 450 vehicles, as well as operation and maintenance services to 4,000 vehicles, including buses and motorbikes, along with supplying qualified drivers in the emirates of Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman.
He explained that the high quality and efficient service package offered by the Center in the Emirates of Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman resulted in attracting and renewing a number of contracts with a number of government and private bodies for various contractual periods.
The Centre operates a fleet of 6,000 vehicles for mass transport and long-term leasing, and has a pool of 2,000 trained drivers.
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