Abdallah Massaad, Deputy CEO RAK Ceramics inaugurating the new accommodation buildings
RAK Ceramics, the world's largest ceramic tiles & sanitaryware manufacturing company, has announced that it has recently completed construction of two new G+3 buildings for accommodation of semi-skilled workers of its manufacturing facility in Ras Al Khaimah. The two buildings have a combined 238 rooms and can accommodate a total of 1,428 employees.
RAK Ceramics has also revealed that it has provided each room with television and internet cables, while the entire facility has been built near basketball and volleyball courts to allow employees to exercise and socialise through sports. RAK Ceramics pointed out that the construction of the new accommodation buildings is part of the company's corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs that aim to protect the welfare of employees.
Abdallah Massaad, Deputy CEO RAK Ceramics, said: "The employees are looking forward to move to their new accommodation, which has been designed and built to provide amenities that allow our staff to enjoy their life outside of work. It has always been RAK Ceramics' commitment to uphold the interest of our employees, who we consider as one of our most important assets, in line with our CSR program. We believe that the construction and completion of the new accommodation facility will be a major factor in further boosting the satisfaction level of our employees and driving productivity across all operations of RAK Ceramics."
RAK Ceramics is a USD 1 billion global conglomerate in the ceramic industry, offering a product portfolio comprising over 6,000 designs in ceramic tiles, Gres Porcellanato, and several models in sanitaryware. The company has also been recently conferred the SuperBrand 2010 Award and continues to be a global pioneer in the world of ceramics through innovative products such as the RAKSLIM, a new brand of 4.5-millimetre thick tile that sets new industry benchmarks in thickness, strength, cost and ease of use. RAK Ceramics is also founding member of Emirates Green Building Council, which supports the development of sustainable buildings in UAE.