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Emrill wins Etihad Airways contract

Emrill, the leading Facilities Management provider in the UAE, announced the win of a five year facilities management contract for Etihad Airways.


Emrill is providing services at a variety of Etihad Airways sites which include the airline's headquarters, training academy, residential buildings, terminal offices, sales shops and kiosks in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Al Ain.


Emrill is providing facilities management services along with specialist services that include maintenance of generators, signage, elevators, swimming pools and landscaping, among other unique services.


Ben Churchill, Managing Director, Emrill, said, "The requirements set out by Etihad Airways cover a wide range of aspects and areas of their operations that required our expertise. Emrill are able to offer an exceptional solution that provides integrated facilities management services essential to support the operations of the premium airline."


"Our focus on leading in quality, technology and people has put us in a position to partner with a world-class airline such as Etihad Airways and push the boundaries of support services," he added.