DP World extends Imdaad management contract
Dubai, November 26, 2012
Imdaad, a leading provider of integrated facilities management solutions in the GCC, said it has extended its contract to provide integrated FM solutions to DP World, UAE Region, covering all facilities within Jebel Ali Port, which is currently the largest man-made port in the world, and Mina Rashid and Hamriya Port.
Imdaad’s scope of work includes mechanical, electrical, plumbing, civil engineering, infrastructure and all other engineering work for the buildings within the three ports.
The UAE group signed a third interim period extension of its 10-year contract at the recently concluded FM Expo 2012 in Dubai.
Esam Khoori, the director of Procurement, Contracts & Material Management, DP World, UAE Region, said: "Imdaad has consistently delivered exemplary results during the previous two years. We are therefore pleased to continue our partnership as we look forward to benefit from Imdaad’s specialized expertise and impressive track record as a leading provider of customized facilities management solutions."
"Integrated facilities management will increasingly play an important role as we move forward with our growth agenda, and we are confident that Imdaad is best equipped to support us in this direction," he noted.
Imdaad COO Mahmood Hussein Rasheed said, "Our continuing partnership with DP World serves as a strong affirmation of the quality of our services and Imdaad’s ability to address the diverse and evolving facilities management requirements of our clients."
"Jebel Ali Port, Hamriya Port and Mina Rashid are among the busiest and most important seaports in the UAE, requiring specialized expertise, know-how and extensive experience in the delivery of customized FM services. In this regard, Imdaad is strongly positioned to provide strategic support that will enhance the operational flexibility and efficiency of DP World," he noted.
"Moreover, this high-profile partnership will certainly open more lucrative opportunities and add momentum to Imdaad’s expansion drive in the GCC," he added.-TradeArabia News Service