Enova and Inmaquip sign MoU to strengthen airport services
Joint efforts will mean firm one of the world’s largest aviation engineering service providers
Enova and Inmaquip have joined forces after both companies signed an MoU to provide aviation-specific IFM services in the Middle East.
Inmaquip is a recognised player in the aviation engineering solution space, along with airport equipment, installation and maintenance.
The companies, which are participating jointly at the Dubai Airport Show next week, will combine their complementary expertise in facilities management (FM), operations and maintenance services, and energy management.
Enova claims this partnership allows them to meet all airport needs at once, from increased services and management of specialised airport systems to enhanced passenger comfort and safety.
Anne Le Guennec, CEO of Enova commented: “Passenger experience defines the quality of airport operations, making it a key priority for us together with increased efficiency and a reduction of utilities cost.
“Staying true to our vision of servicing our customers’ customers, Enova has, for a long time, been delivering energy and FM services to airports across the Middle East.
Pablo Steer, CEO of Inmaquip, said: “This venture fits perfectly with our vision to become the most reliable company for the installation and maintenance of specialised airport equipment. In Enova, we have found the ideal partner, potentiating our services and enabling us to satisfy our clients’ needs even more efficiently.”
Air traffic is expected to double by 2031 across the world, according to projections from the Airports Council International (ACI).
The Middle East business is forecasted to be responsible for nearly 18% of this growth.