Kärcher eyes UAE logistics with new store opening

Kärcher eyes UAE logistics with new store opening
Published: 17 April 2018 - 5:58 a.m.
By: Logistics Middle East Staff

Cleaning technology specialist Kärcher, in partnership with Sedana Trading, has opened the Kärcher Center Sedana Abu Dhabi as it expands its Middle East presence with a particular focus on the logistics sector.

The flagship Kärcher Centre Sedana Abu Dhabi is located at Plot 1, M11 Mussafa Industrial, and it is set to make a difference in solving the daily cleaning problems that customers have through efficient cleaning solutions that the centre offers.

“We have over 500 customers in the logistics industry across the Middle East. Our solutions and product range provide the right fit of machine for the right task,” says Mazen abou Chakra, export sales director, Kärcher.

“Taking into account warehouses’ sizes, floor quality, type of flooring, and also the equipment that needs cleaning within logistics environment, we are able to tailor make our solutions for each clients and advise on preventive cleaning, interim cleaning or deep cleaning solutions,” he adds.

The Kärcher Center Sedana Abu Dhabi is the result of interweaving strategies and policies shared by both Kärcher and Sedana.

Since 1978, when Sedana Trading first introduced the Kärcher brand to UAE with Hot High pressure washers, the partnership between the two companies has grown to provide best in class and complete cleaning solutions to the market.

“At Kärcher, we see it as our mission, and challenge, to develop the right cleaning solution for every customer,” adds Richard Nouira, managing director, Kärcher Middle East.

“But we are also not just about selling a machine. We want to work with our customers over the long-term to ensure sustainable cleaning solutions, and a deeper relationship that places our customers and their requirements at the centre of our strategies and policies.”

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