ADCP, ADDC in utilities partnership
Abu Dhabi, February 27, 2013
Abu Dhabi Distribution Company (ADDC) launched a new service allowing its customers to do all formalities of getting utilities connection with Abu Dhabi Commercial Properties (ADCP).
The new service enables ADCP's new tenants to get water and electricity connection and pay all the related fees, including the deposit, together with the tenancy contract, thus saving them a lot of time and energy without the need to visit any of ADDC's customer services centers.
The two entities have completed all formalities and network connection procedures so as to provide a save, hassle-free and fast service that would constitute a real addition to their services.
Mohammed bin Jarsh, ADDC managing director, said; "We initiated this service in keeping with the directives of our visionary leadership and Plan Abu Dhabi 2030 aimed at providing the residency of Abu Dhabi with the best services.”
"Plans are in the pipeline to expand this facility by adding more of our transactions, such as issuance of clearance certificates, etc.”
"We have opted for teaming-up with ADCP in this regards because it is one of the main property companies in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, which runs more than 59 thousand residential units, thus enabling us to get more closer to this large number of our customers," he said.
Abdulla Khalifa Al Suwaidi, vice chairman of ADCP, said; "We are proud to be chosen by ADDC to provide our valued tenants with the service of getting utilities connection services. This initiative comes in line with our strategy to allow our customers to conduct their tenancy contracts formalities at one-stop window, as we have recently opened branches of MAWAQIF and Etisalat at our premises.” – TradeArabia News Service
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