Dulsco wins Asian leadership award
Dubai, October 27, 2012
Dulsco, a regional leader in waste management and HR solutions, was recently awarded the Asian Leadership Award 2012 in Dubai for its contributions to the region’s facilities management industry.
The Asian Leadership Awards (ALA) highlights, recognizes and rewards exceptional organisations for their ability to steer businesses through turbulent times and apply best business practices to manage their operations.
Dulsco showed its exemplary leadership in the facilities management industry by picking up two of the prestigious awards – ‘Facilities Management Company of the Year’ and the “Leadership Award in Facilities Management” for Dulsco chairman Abdul Aziz Mohammed Khan Abdulla.
The ALA Awards are hosted by the Asian Confederation of Businesses and supported by Stars of the Industry Group, CMO Asia, CMO Council, World Brand Congress and the Thought Leaders International. The event is organized for a professional cause to enable sharing of knowledge and experiences.
“Dulsco has played a pivotal role in supporting waste management operations at some of the most well-known facilities in the region. Winning this award is a testament to the hard work of our dedicated team. It is a great accomplishment and honour to be recognised by the industry for our commitment to excellence in this niche sector,” said Abdulla.
Prakash Parab, director of Dulsco Waste Management Services, said that the award will further reinforce Dulsco’s ability to handle diverse requirements across the UAE and Qatar.
“We believe that our ability to implement the latest technologies and processes to handle waste effectively in the region has been instrumental in winning this accolade. Dulsco has been a pioneer in introducing international best practices such as RFID technology to manage skip collection and transportation while streamlining the waste collection process,” Parab added. – TradeArabia News Service
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