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UFM signs operation and maintenance with Jazeera Airways

United Facilities Management Company (UFM) has officially announced the signing of a comprehensive contract for the operation and maintenance of Jazeera Airways’ facilities, encompassing various buildings, including Terminal T5.

Ahmed Al-Kandari, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors and CEO of UFM, expressed the significance of this contract, considering it a culmination of the company’s exceptional successes in recent years. He emphasized UFM’s leading position as one of the premier providers of facilities and facility management services in Kuwait, the Gulf region, and the Middle East, reports Al-Qabas daily.

Under this agreement, United Facilities Management will deploy a skilled and highly trained workforce to manage and maintain all of Jazeera Airways’ facilities. The focus will be on delivering a world-class experience in facilities management, ensuring a safe, environmentally responsible, and compliant work environment.

Al-Kandari highlighted that UFM’s operation and maintenance services offer a comprehensive solution, characterized by flexibility, comprehensiveness, and integration. The company aims to elevate performance levels in line with the ongoing development projects at airports worldwide. Ultimately, these efforts are geared towards enhancing services for passengers and air carriers, as well as boosting financial resources and revenues.

Ibrahim Abdul Latif, Executive Director of Operations at UFM, emphasized the mutual trust reflected in the contract with Jazeera Airways. UFM will provide services that contribute significantly to enabling Jazeera Airways’ building to keep pace with the rapid growth witnessed in the aviation industry in Kuwait and the region. The goal is to improve services, enhance facility performance, and ensure the highest levels of safety and security for passengers.

Abdul Latif sees the Jazeera Airways contract as the starting point for UFM in providing maintenance and operation services for passenger buildings and aviation-related facilities. The company aims to expand further in Kuwait and the Middle East in this domain, showcasing its creative capabilities and providing continuous, effective support round the clock, seven days a week.

Nasser Fahd Al-Obaid, CEO of Jazeera Airways Passenger Terminal, expressed the airline’s commitment to offering a smooth, comfortable, and safe travel experience for passengers. Signing a partnership contract with the established United Facilities Management Company, a leader in integrated facilities management, aligns with Jazeera Airways’ goals of enhancing service levels and contributing to the country’s economy as a Kuwaiti national airline.



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