QBG introduces fleet of 130 vehicles for UAE operations

New fleet will transport its work force of about 4,000 employees across 500 locations and sites within the UAE across different sectors

QBG's new fleet includes 130 vehicles.
QBG's new fleet includes 130 vehicles.

Qurum Business Group (QBG) has introduced a fleet of more than 130 new branded vehicles to enhance its business operations in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and northern emirates.

The new fleet will transport its work force of about 4,000 employees across 500 locations and sites within the UAE.  

QBG said it invested several million dollars in its new fleet which includes a saloon cars, mini vans, pick-ups, light and heavy buses, all branded and operative now.

All vehicles are fully air-conditioned, with comfortable interiors. Some of them are even equipped with specialist tools that help teams with on-site related tasks.

“The launch of these commercial vehicles is an imposing step for QBG’s phase of growth, and one which demonstrates an ongoing commitment in delivering best service standards to its customers,” said Abdulaziz Al Hosni, vice chairman and group managing director QBG.

The vehicles also have a fleet a management system, complete with a GPS system, vehicle tracking system and RFID.

The firm has also revealed it will add environment friendly vehicles to its fleet in the near future, with negotiations on with suppliers.

QBG’s portfolio includes facilities management, staffing solutions, marine surveys, services and engineering, construction and financial services.

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