Shaikhani Group sets up new HQ in Dubai
Dubai, July 27, 2010
Shaikhani Group, an international business conglomerate with interests in real estate development, trading, manufacturing and IT, said it will move to its new headquarters in Dubai.
The move will centralise the operations of the Group’s subsidiary companies in the property industry, which include its real estate development, sales, contracting and project management arms, in line with its plans to offer value-added services to its investors, customers and partners, a statement said.
This is expected to facilitate more consolidated processes and streamlined operations, since many of its real estate projects involve collaborations amongst the Shaikhani Group’s various subsidiaries.
The shift to the new office will help in fostering the clients’ confidence in the Group as a credible and accessible source of updates on their on-going projects, which include various developments in Dubai with a total value of Dh1.34 billion ($365 million), the statement said.
“Moving to our new headquarters will enable us to better our services to our customers and investors and also reiterates our commitment to pursuing growth and our established passion for providing the best property solutions through a highly holistic approach,” said Abu Baker Shaikhani, chairman, Shaikhani Group.
“Despite the challenges of the crisis, we remain successful in retaining our present client base, and our continuous effort to further enhance our offerings is our way of reciprocating the trust they have reposed on us.”
“With the approaching completion of three of our flagship projects, we are confident that our industry expertise and the strategic steps we are taking will further fuel us into a fast-paced growth,” he added.
“The steps we have taken so far – starting from our rebranding, to the unveiling of our new development and contracting subsidiaries and to the move to our new offices – are all part of a plan we have outlined that will make this year a turning point for the Shaikhani Group’s operations,” Shaikhani concluded. – TradeArabia News Service