Imdaad to target new geographical markets in GCC

Senior management meeting outlines company?s vision for waste services

Imdaad held its senior management meeting in Dubai recently
Imdaad held its senior management meeting in Dubai recently

Imdaad plans to boost its waste management services by taking on more staff in 2011.

Speaking at a senior management meeting in Dubai, Jamal Abdullah Lootah, CEO of UAE -based facilities managment firm Imdaad, outlined its vision for the year ahead highlighting customer service, quality, and best practice.

The company plans to focus on new geographical markets to expand the brand across the GCC in the provision of professional facilities management solutions and services.

"We are introducing a new organisational model that will enable Imdaad to take full advantage of emerging market opportunities in the UAE as well as in the rest of the GCC region,” said Lootah.

“Imdaad will also continue to focus on reinforcing our reputation as a quality-driven, industry-leading provider of sustainable facilities management services. The new road map we have unveiled will help optimise our market potential in key growth areas such as waste management, while ensuring that we are able to maintain the best equipped professional workforce in the industry.

"We greatly value our people as a core element in the success of our company, which is why we have made it a commitment to keep our core personnel intact despite the economic challenges faced by all industry players over the past two years.

“Moreover, building on the success of our strategic initiatives in 2010, we now look forward to exciting business opportunities and a much brighter future for the economy in general as we move forward to a new era of growth and prosperity in the facilities management sector," he added.

Imdaad holds a significant share of the UAE's facilities management market with a client portfolio that includes EMAAR, Nakheel, Jebel Ali Free Zone “Jafza”, DP World-UAE, Dubai Customs, Limitless, Tamweel and Barclays Bank.

The company’s portfolio also includes a number of large projects such as Burj Khalifa; The Palm Jumeirah; Greens; Atlantis The Palm hotel; Jumeirah Golf Estates; International City; Jebel Ali Port; Jebel Ali Free Zone; Wasl – Asset Management Group, subsidiary of Dubai Properties; and several shopping malls including Ibn Battuta Mall, Dragon Mart, Extra markets, among others.

Imdaad has also diversified and expanded its services portfolio, having recently launched the “Home Pro House Renovation”, a specialised business unit that provides customers with a comprehensive service program for house renovation in the UAE.

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