The FM Expo 2016, held at the Dubai World Trade Centre from May 23-25, is the region’s largest gathering of FM services professionals, with over 150 exhibitors participating in the event.
EFS Facilities Services, a regional leader in delivering integrated facilities management services across the Middle East, Africa, South Asia and Turkey, today unveiled its comprehensive integrated Facilities Management services platform at the FM Expo 2016. Speaking on the sidelines of the FM Expo 2016, Tariq Chauhan, group chief executive officer, said: “The FM Expo 2016 is a milestone event for the regional FM industry and we are pleased to demonstrate our services and credentials to our peers and our multinational clients in the industry.
The GCC FM industry is poised to touch $38 billion in value, according to a CREDO report endorsed by the MEFMA, with the UAE market expected to be worth $10 billion.
“We are pleased with the sustainable progress we’ve been able to achieve in the UAE, which is a core market for EFS Facilities Services. We are currently serving more than 300 clients globally and manage more than 250 millionsq.ft. of space with an industry leading 95 per cent client retention rate on the strength of our service delivery and asset longevity optimisation.
“We believe that our customisable services portfolio, which spans Integrated Facilities Management, Business Outsourcing, Infrastructure and Business Outsourcing, will prove to be a value-added proposition for our clients. We look forward to cementing our position as the UAE’s preferred Facilities Management partner, empowered by the region’s most talented, motivated and skilled human resources.”
The FM Expo 2016, held at the Dubai World Trade Centre from May 23-25, is the region’s largest gathering of FM services professionals, with over 150 exhibitors participating in the event. EFS Facilities Services, a gold sponsor for the FM Expo 2016, showcased its comprehensive suite of FM services that span over 75 service lines across 5 business verticals in 4 business sectors.
Source: Khaleej Times