UAE-based Eltizam Asset Management Group said one of its subsidiaries, 800TEK Maintenance Solutions Company, has announced a strategic partnership with E-Movers, a market leader in professional moving services, to ensure a safe home moving process during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The collaboration complements 800TEK’s ongoing efforts to ensure the health and safety of building occupants and visitors in the projects it serves as part of the frontline response to the global Covid-19 crisis.
Under the terms of the agreement, which aims to protect the health and welfare of individuals, business owners and employees alike, the two parties will provide end-to-end services to tenants while moving in or moving out of their residence or office, said the statement from Eltizam Asset Management Group.
As part of its service delivery protocol, 800TEK ensures that its employees, including the handymen, are fully trained to follow the precautions such as wearing face masks and gloves and practicing social distancing that are necessary throughout the moving procedure.
Also, in light of the pandemic, 800TEK will help process the required security clearances if tenants are able to provide a move in/move out permit. The company will conduct virtual meetings if further assessment is needed.
800TEK General Manager Ala’a Al-Khraisha said: "We recognize the significance of observing all necessary measures to prevent any form of infection. Our team members are trained and prepared to perform their tasks according to the highest standards of quality and excellence without compromising the safety and health of everyone involved."
"During this crisis, we understand that tenants are hesitant and worried about pushing through with their plans, but we are going to do our best to assist them while keeping their safety and that of our employees in mind," stated Al Khraisha.
"Cooperation among all parties involved is undoubtedly highly critical during these moments. We are delighted to have E-Movers as our partner in our efforts to help safeguard public health," he added.-TradeArabia News Service