Al Reyadah wins Al Shahba contract
Dubai, May 20, 2012
UAE-based regional contracting company, Al Reyadah, has won the AC maintenance contract of Al Shahba Industries, a leading company which develops modernised irrigation systems for green buildings standards.
Under the contract, Al Reyadah will provide periodic maintenance of the cooling system at Al Shahba factory which covers 70,000 sq ft to ensure continuous air-conditioning service round the clock.
"We are delighted to sign this contract with Al Shahba Industries to manage their AC systems. We always ensure seamless and reliable service at Al Reyadah," said Mohammed Swairjo, general manager, Al Reyadah. "We have recently won a number of high profile contracts including Masar Printing and Publishing, and B2B Hotels and Properties.”
Speaking at the signing ceremony, Samer Nasri, general manager, Al Shahba Industries, said: "We selected Al Reyadah to manage the AC systems after a meticulous assessment, as the company is known to adhere to high standards. We trust that Al Reyadah, through its various relations with leading UAE based companies, will provide reliable service at all times.”
Al Reyadah is a specialised AC contracting and management company that works across different sectors, including hospitals, schools, universities, sportive clubs, factories, residential units, offices and other facilities. It also works on treating all sorts of maintenance.
Al Shahba Industries has developed a new irrigation system that extends under the soil surface, saving more than 70 per cent of water being consumed by traditional irrigation systems. – TradeArabia News Service
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