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Abu Dhabi Airports and Abu Dhabi Ports exchange knowledge and experience

Posted 8 July 2019 · Add Comment

A team from Abu Dhabi Ports has visited Abu Dhabi Airports to review best practices and share knowledge and experience.

The meeting is the result of both entities’ continuous efforts to enhance their respective operations and ensure business continuity by engaging with their partners and stakeholders.

The team from Abu Dhabi Ports met with Abu Dhabi Airports’ Business Continuity and Risk Management team to discuss topics including crisis management facilities, the process of developing strategic business continuity objectives, and budget allocation mechanisms.

Both parties also discussed procedures related to developing Business Impact Analysis reports, Emergency and Crisis Response Plans, mechanisms for managing critical suppliers and contractors, mutual aid agreements with subsidiary entities and maintaining an Enterprise Risk Register

Bryan Thompson, chief executive officer of Abu Dhabi Airports, said: “We appreciate the opportunity to share best practices with our partners and stakeholders, and Abu Dhabi Ports’ visit is in line with our mission of being an efficient organization that understands its stakeholders and delivers world class airport services.”

“We look forward to meeting with other partners and stakeholders as we strive to continuously improve our operations, services and infrastructure and become the world’s leading airports group,” added Thompson.

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