Sun 19-09-2021 20:10 PM
DUBAI, September 19, 2021 (WAM) – The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) demonstrated its superior global position in a benchmarking study on asset management practices commissioned by Atkins, a specialist in administrative consulting.
The study revealed RTA’s dominance in various areas, evidenced by the lifecycle of its assets, and the digitization of all asset-related activities. The study covered all RTA agencies and sectors comparing them with other organizations in the US, UK, Denmark, Singapore and Hong Kong.
âRTA adopts a roadmap that includes a range of exceptional asset management initiatives that span the entire asset lifecycle. Modern asset management has become inevitable for any entity or business that uses assets to provide services, and would bring huge and lasting benefits, âsaid Saeed Al Ramsi, director of asset management, strategy and governance at company at RTA.
âRTA has made giant strides and significant achievements regionally and globally in implementing a modern asset management system. Such a system has had a considerable impact on the reputation of RTA, as evidenced by its international certificates and recognitions, whether from The Institute of Asset Management in Great Britain or from other international agencies, âAl Ramsi added. .
The study underscored RTA’s distinction in needs analysis and integrated asset planning, as well as asset performance and technical condition monitoring systems. The study praised the sophistication and quality of RTA’s license plate factory, the first of its kind in the entities evaluated. RTA’s superior performance was also reflected in ongoing planning and adherence to asset replacement and disposal plans in a phased and standardized manner.
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