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Emrill lands itself Dubai Airports contract

Dubai, May 13, 2015:  Emrill, the leading Facilities Management provider in the UAE, today announced the signing of a three year contract for cleaning and janitorial services with Dubai Airports.


Jason Ruehland, Managing Director, Emrill said, “The signing of a three year contract with Dubai Airports is a massive victory for Emrill. We are honored to be awarded the huge task of contributing towards the efficient management of one of the fastest growing airports in the world. This is the result of the efforts of our staff who have worked hard to deliver the outstanding service that is now synonymous to Emrill.”


Emrill is in the process of deploying over 700 employees to provide integrated cleaning and janitorial services at Terminal 3 and Concourse B and C of Dubai International Airport. The largest aviation hub in the Middle East, Dubai International became the busiest airport in the world in terms of international passengers in 2014 with over 70 million passengers. The airport serves more than 100 airlines flying to over 260 destinations across six continents. 


“Facilities Management plays a very important role in ensuring a clean and pleasant ambience at the airport, thereby ensuring the comfort of and delivering satisfaction to the millions of customers that pass through Dubai International each year. We are glad to be partnering with Emrill, an organisation with a good track record in delivering quality services,” said Dorothee Stein, Head of Facility Care at Dubai Airports.