Etisalat FM to offer advanced telco services with Grupo Eulen deal

Masdar (Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company) and environmental management company Bee’ah have completed the financing of a US$220 million waste-to-energy (WTE) plant in Sharjah. 
The MoU was signed between Abdulla Hashim, CEO, Etisalat Service Holdings; and Emilio Garcia Perulles, CEO, Iberia and Middle East at Grupo Eulen. eFM and Grupo Eulen will collaborate to develop products and services in response to the evolving market needs and demands.
Commenting on the partnership Etisalat FM's Al Hassan Al Harmoodi said, “Having developed a strong portfolio of clients, we at eFM are excited to further enhance the range and depth of our services. Grupo Eulen has the right service mix and capabilities to complement eFM’s expertise, offering good client experience and operation efficiency by using the cloud, smart, and integrated solutions.” Perulles said, “We are pleased to partner with eFM as it will enable both companies to develop the best technical and management approach to respond to requirements of different sectors. This collaboration will help us provide competitive offers in response to market demand.” “The UAE market presents major opportunities for service outsourcing, especially in relation to providing facilities management and services to major corporations, which has shown considerable growth in recent years. With eFM by our side, we hope to become a major player in developing these services.”
Grupo Eulen provides integrated services to companies as well as specialist cleaning, security, and support services (logistics, general and telemarketing), FS&M (facility services and management), health services, comprehensive maintenance, temporary staffing and environmental services. The firm was founded in 1962 by its first president and founder David Alvarez, and is now present in 14 countries.
In 2015 it achieved consolidated sales of 1,4 billion euros and it has a total workforce of over 86,000 people.



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