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Emirates Transport revenues up 20 per cent at Dhs1.8b in 2014
BY A STAFF REPORTER January 26, 2015
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DUBAI: Emirates Transport (ET), have announced revenues of Dhs1.8 billion in 2014, an increase of 20 per cent on figures of 2013.

The General Manager of ET, Mohammed Abdullah Al Jarman said the increase can be attributed to the introduction of new services, as well as a robust growth in existing business avenues, such as auto maintenance and repairs, commercial transport and logistic services.

Al Jarman also highlighted the vital renewal of major contracts with existing clients, both in the government and private sectors.

The federal transport corporation can now boast 38 services and 40 service points throughout the state, added the ET general manager.

Already one of the largest transport providers in the region, ET further boosted the size of its fleet in 2014, as it reached 17,000 vehicles in number. ET is also one of the largest employers in the UAE, a claim further boosted as the size of its human resources climbed to 17,000 by the end of last year.

Both figures indicate the rapid growth in business witnessed over the past few years, added Al Jarman, who stated that this growth is likely to continue exponentially in the coming months, as the corporation targets the Dhs2 billion revenue mark.
 

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