Majaal Warehouse inks tenancy deal
Manama, April 15, 2012
Majaal Warehouse Company, a leading provider of warehousing and industrial facilities for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Bahrain, has signed a new tenancy agreement with King Hamad University Hospital (KHUH).
Providing medical services employing best therapeutic and administrative practices and academic and research services, KHUH has chosen the safe and secure Majaal complex as an ideal location to store its medical equipment and pharmaceutical products, said a company statement.
Additionally, the hospital will set up its state-of-the-art pharmaceutical products distribution centre at Majaal’s premises, occupying 21,500 sq ft of the project, it added.
Announcing the deal, Brigadier (Dr) Salman Bin Ateyatallah Al Khalifa, the chief executive officer of KHUH said 'The availability of cost-effective and flexible space in this prime location at the Salman Industrial City, in addition to the state-of-the art facilities and professional support have made Majaal an ideal location for our storage and distribution needs.'
'With the establishment of this facility, we are looking forward to securely and conveniently store our pharmaceutical products and medical equipment and commencing our distribution operations,' he stated.
Welcoming KHUH into the Majaal family, Amin Al Arrayed, the managing director said, 'Further diversifying Majaal’s tenant base, we are especially proud to now be associated with this prestigious organization, the Kingdom’s most hi-tech teaching hospital and medical university.'
'This collaboration demonstrates the versatility of Majaal and highlights how the warehouse space can be modified to meet specific tenant requirements. We are looking forward to a very successful partnership,' he added.
Majaal is located within the Salman Industrial City at the Bahrain Investment Wharf, providing easy access to Khalifa bin Salman Port and other major transport links in Bahrain.
Majaal presently offers 130,000 sq ft of secure, flexible and cost effective storage spaces, remarked Al Arrayed.
In choosing to base its pharmaceutical products distribution centre and storage facility for its medical equipment and pharmaceutical products at Majaal, KHUH will also benefit from the set of value-added services that raise the bar for such facilities, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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