Al Reyadah wins Masar’s AC contract
Dubai, August 13, 2011
Al Reyadah, a leading UAE-based contracting company, won the air-conditioning (AC) systems management contract of Masar Printing and Publishing, part of Dubai Media.
“We are delighted to appoint Al Reyadah to manage the AC systems in Masar,” said Dr Mohamed Yousef Mubarak, technical services director, Masar.
“The company won the contract for their high technical expertise and full dedication they showed to work with us in addition to their round the clock technical support. We print currently many daily and monthly publications including Al Bayan and Emarat Al Youm.”
“These publications need high level printing solutions that adopt latest technology systems in the market. We at Masar care for continuously using latest technologies, this requires high level of industrial cooling systems that are reliable and continuous and this is what Al Reyadah managed to offer us,” he added.
Mohammed Swairjo, general manager, Al Reyadah, said: “We are delighted to be appointed by a leading printer in the Arab world such as the level of Masar.”
“AC services negatively or positively affects the quality of the printed material as well as the productivity of the teams operating the machines. We at Al Reyadah are concerned on delivering cost effective and world class services to our clients whom we regard as long term strategic partners.”
“We were given a bigger responsibility to provide a reliable service to Masar in light of the huge area of the headquarter that is more than 350,000 sq ft as nearly is close to the size of 7 soccer yards. More than 220 works in the building as well which makes it essential to plan the service in due diligence,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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