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Over 35 per cent companies to completely outsource their FM services in the region
Date: 09-10-2016

 A recent business confidence survey conducted by the British Institute of Facilities Management on the Middle East's FM market forecasted a very positive growth, noting that 36 per cent of participants intend to completely outsource their FM services, while 60 per cent expect more outsourcing of FM operations in the future.

Isnaad, a leader in soft FM services, will showcase its solutions at the Middle East Cleaning Technology Week (MECTW) as the official Specialised Cleaning Service Pavilion Partner. Isnaad aims to showcase its soft FM services that are primed for growth, especially in Dubai, as the Emirate is getting ready for Expo 2020.

Jamal Abdullah Lootah, CEO, Imdaad, commented: "As the market looks to welcome a huge influx of visitors, the need for an efficient partner to meet the growing demand in specialised cleaning sector will be high, especially by 2020. This provides us huge opportunity to offer our specialised cleaning and related soft FM services including cleaning and janitorial, lifeguard, concierge, front office, help desk, housekeeping, and laundry, among others."

He further said that MECTW is an ideal platform and a perfect opportunity for Isnaad to expand its reach in the Middle East cleaning industry. "The new pavilions at Clean Middle East Pulire (CMEP) on specialised cleaning, sewerage and sanitation, as well as waste management will give us further leverage to showcase our innovations," Lootah added.

 
 
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