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ADAC signs service level agreement with Abu Dhabi customs from department of finance

Posted 22 February 2013 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi Airports Company has announced that it has signed a Service-Level Agreement (SLA) with Abu Dhabi Airport Customs to ensure the implementation of quality services at Abu Dhabi International Airport. The signing ceremony was held at Abu Dhabi Airports Company with senior executives from both entities.

The SLA meets the requirements of the Department of Transport and Air Transport Regulation Civil Aviation’s Part 9, Article TA 030/07, which defines the minimum level of service, staff training and development programs for government, private and public entities.

Hamad Al Hurr Al Suwaidi, Chairman of the Department of Finance said: “The signing of this agreement with Abu Dhabi Airports Company reflects our commitment to provide guidelines for the level services pertaining to Customs at Abu Dhabi International Airport. The guidelines will act as a catalyst for the constant development of quality services by identifying the roles and procedures of each unit involved. We are glad to have a close professional relationship with ADAC that results in producing efficient services to our joint customers.”

Ali Majed Al Mansoori, Chairman of ADAC, said:“ADAC is working towards achieving its vision of becoming the world’s leading airports group. Therefore, the company is keen to adapt the latest methods and systems that would enable it to increase efficiency whilst maintaining the highest standards in health and safety, security and quality.

“ADAC is proud to have achieved the first milestone in its SLA development initiative with its strategic partners, and in accordance with DoT’s requirements. Once fully functional, service levels will be enhanced meeting customer requirements allowing ADAC to position itself as a leading provider of airport services,” added Al Mansoori.

 

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