(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Leveraging its growing national presence and outreach, Al Nab'a Services LLC, a flagship subsidiary of the well-diversified Omani business house Al Nab'a Group of Companies, has added integrated facilities management services (IFMS) to its expanding portfolio.
A full-fledged division has now been established under the umbrella of Al Nab'a Services to offer a wide array of management services to customers from all trade be it industrial, infrastructural, commercial, retail, residential, hospitality or health care. Backed by highly skilled human resources reputed for their hardcore technical skills, the new division will deliver repair and maintenance services, annual maintenance contracts, and planned preventive maintenance solutions for HVAC, DG system, power supply, water treatment plants, fire fighting and BMS.
The vertical will also provide security solutions along with the current plethora of soft services that encompass housekeeping and specialised cleaning, building and property maintenance, catering, waste management, landscaping and pest control. As the single point of contact for customers “ big or small, public or private “ Al Naba's IFMS division will tap into the formidable and diverse resources of the parent group to provide comprehensive, reliable, cost-effective and customised solutions in line with client needs.
The integrated approach with refine systems and data analysis can yield tangible benefits by saving a numerous utility expenditure. ''Our foray into integrated facilities management comes at an exciting time in Oman's ongoing economic development,'' commented Krishnan, AGM “ internal audit and quality control. ''Our goal is to become the provider of choice in the delivery of facilities management and services throughout the sultanate.
We intend to work closely in partnership with our clients to identify and discern their specific needs and business objectives, and come up with solutions that contribute to customer bottom-lines.'' With more than 8,000 employees on its rolls, the group now ranks among Oman's largest employers in the private sector. The move underscores Al Naba's appetite for growth, as well as its ambition to spread its wings into disparate commercial fields in line with its vision to evolve into a premier, one-stop integrated services prov