Leading UAE-based technology and sustainability-driven facilities management (FM) company Farnek has been awarded a two-year contract by Galadari Brothers, to provide security services for a diverse range of facilities in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Sharjah, and Ras Al Khaimah.
“Farnek offered a broad-based proposition, which was commercially competitive. However, it also highlighted a high degree of technical training, development, professionalism, and corporate qualities that we value greatly,” said, Manoj Kumar, Group Chief Human Resources Officer, Galadari Brothers
The recently announced contract win will see 65 security professionals mobilised by Farnek, to cover a range of Galadari’s facilities in the automotive sector; printing & publishing; ice cream; construction equipment solutions; engineering works; rubber products; and real estate. Markus Oberlin, CEO, Farnek, said: “Our objective is to provide a safe and secure environment for all of Galadari’s employees and its visitors. Offering a well-trained and cost-effective tech-savvy workforce is essential and notwithstanding technology, modern security is equally about diligence, intelligence, anticipation and resource efficiency.”
About Galadari Brothers Group
The home of international corporations based in the UAE for almost 60 years, Galadari Brothers has become an expert in global business, having successfully introduced over 50 global brands into the region. Our business is multi-industry, multi-product, multi-service and multi-national, overseeing operations across the Gulf, Africa, Asia, and Australia. Founded by the Late Abdul Rahim and Abdul Latif Ebrahim Galadari Brothers in Dubai, the city that remains the hub of the business, Galadari Brothers is headquartered in the United Arab Emirates and has operations in countries such as Saudi Arabia, Oman, Jordan, Morocco, Bahrain, Kuwait, Sri Lanka, India, and Australia. Employing close to 6000 people, from more than 40 nationalities working across the world, Galadari Brothers is motivated by a sense of corporate responsibility and fairness in trading. The company ethos is that every operation should return a fair profit and that every employee can play his part in delivering success, by being given responsibility for his work, freeing the individual’s ability to succeed within the normal constraints of good commercial practice. https://www.galadarigroup.com/