Al Hanoo Real Estate dedicates 60,000 sq ft land to build fire station in Sharjah

Al HanooAl Hanoo Real Estate, developer of Sharjah Auto Park and Warehouse City at Al Sajaa Industrial Area in Sharjah, has announced to offer a free plot of industrial land to Sharjah Civil Defence to set up a fire station for early response to contain fire incidents

This is one of the first such initiatives by a private sector developer providing free land to the government of Sharjah to develop a fire station that will boost safety and security to industries, warehouse and save valuable lives.

Sheikh Abdullah Al Shakrah, chairman of Al Hanoo Real Estate, “This will help Sharjah Civil Defence to develop a fully-equipped fire station that will ensure prompt response in case of any fire incident in the area.”

“Our initiative is in support to the government of Sharjah and its endeavours to improve safety and security of human lives and goods at the emirate’s major areas and to protect the public and private assets. This will help us to help our tenants and investors in the Emirates Industrial Area. As a responsible business, we would like to share the responsibility of safety with the government and other stakeholders,” he added.

Sharjah Auto Park and Warehouse City includes a wide range of light and medium industries including manufacturing, packaging, distribution, logistics, furniture suppliers, industrial equipment, spare parts, home appliances and construction materials. The project also has 140,000 sq m of open yards, with more planned.

Appreciating the move by Al Hanoo Real Estate, Sami Al Naqbi, director-general of Sharjah Civil Defence, said, We will develop a state-of-the art fire station at the plot of land that will not only provide industrial safety to all the tenants of the Sharjah Auto Park and Warehouse City, but other assets in the Sajaa Industrial Area, which is thriving with industrial and logistics activities.”

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