Averda opens new operations facility
Abu Dhabi, December 7, 2011
Averda, a leading environmental solutions provider in the Mena region, has opened its new 27,000 sq m Musaffah operations facility in conjunction with the Center of Waste Management – Abu Dhabi.
“The opening of the Musaffah Operations Facility is a demonstration of Averda’s ability to provide environmental solutions that are needed to meet Abu Dhabi’s requirements.
Together, we are confident that we will achieve Abu Dhabi’s 2030 vision and that we will be able to make the UAE capital more environmentally conscious city,” said Hamad Al Ameri, general manager of the Center of Waste Management Abu Dhabi.
“This is a proud moment for Averda in Abu Dhabi, as it is a key step to demonstrate our dedication to providing the highest possible level of environmental solutions support to the UAE’s capital,” said Maysarah Sukkar, chairman of Averda.
“We are working in conjunction with the Center of Waste Management – Abu Dhabi to help the UAE leadership achieve their vision of making the city one of the world’s five cleanest cities within the next few years. The larger capacity of our new Musaffah Operations Facility will further aid in helping the vision to become a reality.”
The new Musaffah Operations Facility will house the entirety of Averda’s Abu Dhabi fleet, and will offer 24 hour operations.
Located within the facility is Averda’s full range of environmental solutions, including an operations depot with parking, dispatch, fleet maintenance workshop and warehouse facilities, and offices for Averda’s management, commercial, operations, support and back office functions. – TradeArabia News Service
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