Emirates General Transport and Services Corporation, or Emirates Transport (ET) has reported total revenues of Dh1.5 billion for 2013 maintaining an annual growth rate of 18 per cent over the past five years, the federal government corporation has announced in its annual report for 2013.
Emirates Transport also reported total assets of approximately Dh2 billion for 2013.
ET's report, titled 'Growth and Sustainability' and marks 32 years of the corporation's work, says in 2013 the corporation which now has 800 clients from the public and private sectors has signed 218 new major contracts and investment agreement with strategic partners.
The transport and services corporation attributed the results to the efforts of its 13,600 employees working at 41 sites across U.A.E. and to its fleet of 13,500 buses and vehicles.
In its 200-page report, ET reiterated its commitment to enhancing its role as a federal government department in the service of all segments of the society in line with the farsightedness and vision of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, for empowering the country's public sector to achieve excellence in terms of systems, performance, services and results in line with U.A.E. Vision 2021, a master plan launched in February 2010 with the ultimate goal of making U.A.E. among the best countries in the world by 2021.
ET said its corporate social responsibility programmes, which have seen significant growth thanks to its community- and environment-oriented programmes and Emiratisation plans, provide a solid foundation for its new 2014-2016 plan aimed at achieving further excellence.