UDC unit to showcase at Cityscape Qatar
Doha, May 26, 2013
Qatar-based United Facilities Management Company (UFMCO), owned by the United Development Company (UDC) is participating in Cityscape Qatar 2013, a major real estate summit starting in Doha tomorrow (May 27).
UFMCO’s core business is the delivery of facilities management services, specializing particularly in planned and reactive mechanical, plumbing and electrical maintenance as well as cleaning and pest control.
Running until May 29, Cityscape Qatar 2013 provides a platform to international, regional and local investors, real estate developers, government authorities and senior executives involved in the design and construction in Qatar and elsewhere globally.
The event is backed by industry leaders and supports real estate growth by providing a stage for highlighting high growth investment opportunities, showcasing innovative products and underlining sustainable developments.
According to a company spokesperson, UFMCO’s participation in Cityscape aims at creating goodwill with its potential future clients across the region by participating in the exhibition for the first time.
“Cityscape provides us with the opportunity not only to showcase our products and services to the region but also to show what we are capable of doing and how high our standards are,” the UFMCO spokesperson said.
“UFMCO’s participation will enable the company to showcase what it offers, as an integrated facilities management service provider, to governmental authorities, developers, consultants, architects and contractors in Qatar’s real estate market,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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