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IL&FS Transportation Networks Inaugurates "Khadamat"

IL&FS Transportation Networks Ltd. has inaugurated the Sharjah General Services Company (Khadamat), in partnership with Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed Al Qassimi, Chairman of Sharjah Media Centre. Khadamat is aimed at comprehensive and integrated development of the region through enhancing infrastructure for both the public and private sectors.

Khadamat was incorporated for managing and operating facilities; creating an international infrastructure for surface transportation, logistics, industries and services sectors; and managing such as infrastructure in accordance with international standards, including the establishment of an internal and external road network and the launch of strategic real estate development and redevelopment projects.

The Chairman of Khadamat said the company's projects, which would be implemented using the world's most advanced methods and technologies, would contribute to the stimulation of economic growth and realization of Sharjah's vision in terms of enhancing the relationship with reputable investment companies, improving economic efficiency and attracting investments.

At the BSE, IL&FS Transportation Networks shares are currently trading at Rs.112, up 0.67 percent from the previous close.

by RTT Staff Writer

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