October 19, 2021

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Imtad signed 3 new contracts worth 90 million dirhams

Imtad signed 3 new contracts worth 90 million dirhams

Imtad Group, a Dubai-based integrated and sustainable facilities management services provider, has announced the signing of three new contracts in a single month.

The panel said in a statement yesterday that contracts had been awarded to the facilities management services sector by reputable distributors in the retail, sports and real estate sectors, with the total value of the contracts being 90 million dirhams, despite the tough market conditions following the global “Govt-19” epidemic.

Jamal Abdullah Luda, CEO of Imtad Group, said, “Despite the uncertainty and economic implications, Imtad continues to deliver consistent and unique performance, which ensures the quality of its facilities management solutions and the best reputation in the industry.”

He added, “Our growing list of distributors strengthens Imtad’s position as the sole provider of integrated facility management services in the country, which enables us to continue to expand our presence across the country.”

Imtad pointed out that its comprehensive plan to combat the epidemic and its strong business strategy have helped it achieve sustainable growth during the epidemic.

He explained that the company’s facilities management services division had renewed almost all of its contracts and recorded higher profits in 2020 compared to the previous year. Imtad was able to manage its human capital more efficiently, introducing various digital tools to quickly deploy and redistribute team members according to customer needs, provide greater convenience to customers and improve the operational efficiency of the company’s workgroups. . As a result, the company has strengthened its presence in the public sector, becoming the preferred service provider for the country’s banks and all major ports.

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