RTA ties up with Emaar
Dubai , July 25, 2007
Dubai's Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has signed a partnership agreement with Emaar Properties to boost the strategic relationship existing between them.
The agreement under a corporate system aims at combining efforts to serve all customer categories. Such a step is bound to have significant impacts on the economic and social levels, said a RTA official.
The agreement was signed on behalf of the RTA by chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the RTA Mattar Al Tayer and managing director of Emaar Properties in the UAE Thani Al Matrooshi.
The agreement provides for intensifying partnership efforts in order to achieve the vision of Dubai Government to make the city of Dubai a centre of finance, business and tourism in the region.
This could be achieved through realising the visions and satisfying the customers of the two parties. It will also be materialised by ensuring mutual benefits through defining the framework and perimeters of mutual partnership relationships.
The agreement provided for making common efforts to improve operational efficiency, simplify procedures, develop customer services and sustain communication and links between the two parties in order to achieve their common interests which add to the interest of the emirate of Dubai.
It also provided for exchanging know-how, expertise and corporate experiments at all levels as well as exchanging information and studies related to the jurisdictions and business scope of the two parties.
According to the agreement, the organisational units affiliated to the RTA and Emaar Co may enter in joint agreements to promote the concept of the existing partnerships and implement it as agreed by the two parties.- TradeArabia News Service
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