Dubai Government Workshop
The Dubai Government Workshop was established by the late Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum in the 1950s to enhance the performance and maintenance of government property. The workshop was assigned to continue maintenance of vehicles belonging to private bodies and some government departments and provide the necessary services.
The Dubai Government Workshop is one of the government's service institutions in the field of cars and transport, especially in terms of repairs, maintenance and contribution to the fleet of transport available to the Government of Dubai, where it was equipped with the expertise of skilled labor and modern equipment capable of carrying out the required repairs to any of the available fleet The cars, which serve the Government of Dubai, including cars belonging to their Highnesses, and since its establishment and is in the continuous development of equipment and gear to keep pace with the development of modern cars, has become self-sufficiency in technical skills through which can Old service distinctive for any of the cars made.
The Dubai Government workshop was able to contract with a number of government departments with preventive maintenance agreements and technical repairs, as well as providing insurance services, registration and renewal of vehicles. The workshop also provides the sale of vehicles to government departments, other departments and individuals through public auctions.
The Dubai Government Workshop offers a range of electronic services that benefit the registered members within the Dubai eGovernment initiative to facilitate procedures and rely on technology to facilitate all transactions.
Company size: 11-50 employees
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