CEO, Averda

Facilities Management Middle East - - POWER 50 -

Un­der Malek Sukkar’s lead­er­ship Averda has con­tin­ued to main­tain a 20% year- on-year in­crease in rev­enue. This year also marks a decade of Sukkar be­ing in charge as the CEO of Averda.

In terms of con­tracts won, Averda be­gan work on the Muhail As­sir, Royal Com­mi­sion of Jubail, Jed­dah Khouzam and the Riyadh Air­port. The in­crease in con­tracts has led to the rise in the num­ber of em­ploy­ees in the com­pany — 13,331 labour­ers in 2018 up from 10,171 in 2017.

As for 2019, Averda is look­ing to hold its ground and con­tinue to grow its rev­enue 20% year- on-year, 60% of which is al­ready in the bag for next year.

In the fol­low­ing year Averda will be in­volved in Al-Jawf Mu­nic­i­pal­ity City Clean­ing (Qatif, KSA) — waste col­lec­tion, sweep­ing, sort­ing and dis­posal in the mu­nic­i­pal ar­eas; Mus­cat Col­lect Project (Lot1) — waste col­lec­tion, sort­ing and dis­posal in the mu­nic­i­pal ar­eas of Oman’s cap­i­tal; and Tang­ier Treat­ment — waste col­lec­tion, sort­ing, dis­posal and sus­tain­able treat­ment in the mu­nic­i­pal ar­eas of Tang­ier in Morocco.

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