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Abu Dhabi Airports signs MoU with Musanada

Posted 16 May 2017 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi Airports has signed an MoU with Abu Dhabi General Services Company “Musanada”, to strengthen cooperation between the two entities in the areas of knowledge sharing and facility development, to further support the growth of the infrastructure sector in Abu Dhabi.

The MOU was signed last week by Abdul Majeed Al Khoori, acting chief executive officer of Abu Dhabi Airports, and Sweidan Rashed Sweidan Al Dhaheri, chief executive officer of Musanada, at Abu Dhabi Airports’ headquarters.

The MOU aims at facilitating cooperation between the two companies by launching workshops with relevant expertise from both parties, in order to then design frameworks for partnerships and knowledge exchange, highlighting the key roles and responsibilities for each organisation. The MOU also details the processes for securing human resources and labor in the service, technical and management sectors, for the maintenance of the airport facilities and terminals, and how to strengthen engagement in the areas of construction, logistics, and contract management, as per international best practice.

Abdul Majeed Al Khoori commented: “Abu Dhabi Airports is keen to have compatible partners to support its tremendous progress in its journey towards the ambitious infrastructure development plan. With this MOU today we have paved the way for a stronger joint front, with our partners from Musanada, to deliver what this Emirate aspires to in terms of a leading aviation sector empowered by world class facilities and services. 

Sweidan Rashed Sweidan Al Dhaheri, said: “There is growing interest in Abu Dhabi and the projects currently under development here which are attracting worldwide attention. This is mainly due to the great investment environment that the Emirate has to offer and the world leading projects across many sectors, that are currently under construction. The MOU signing with Abu Dhabi Airports ensures the implementation of the vision of our wise leadership towards strengthening development opportunities and the delivery of pioneering infrastructure. 

“Musanada” is committed to carrying out all technical works for Abu Dhabi Airports as per the highest standards. Musanada’s scope of work is not limited to the design, construction and delivery of key dynamic government projects, but also includes facility management services. Currently, Musanada provides 2,713 facilities and buildings within Abu Dhabi with facility management services, through specialized work forces, as well as providing 24/7 customer care call center services. Our main goal is to support development programs and strengthen Musanada’s operations within the facility management and maintenance industry, to maintain assets and enhance efficiency and sustainability by adopting the highest international standards.”

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