Saudi TRSDC joins hands with Dayim to set up PMV operational hub

By Rahul Vaimal, Associate Editor
  • Follow author on
TRSDC and Dayim Equipment Rental Officials Image
TRSDC and Dayim Equipment Rental Officials | Image Courtesy: TRSDC on LinkedIn

The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC), the Saudi developer behind the world’s most ambitious regenerative tourism project, is partnering with Dayim Equipment Rental, a full-service plant, machinery and vehicle (PMV) provider in the region. 

Both organizations will work together to establish a carbon-neutral, on-site operational hub and provide managed services for The Red Sea project.

Powered by Dayim’s innovative green solutions, the new hub will be one of the most carbon-neutral of its kind and is part of TRSDC’s commitment to maximizing the efficiency of its construction process in the remote areas it is developing, the Saudi developer stated in its social media post.

Apart from offering the required equipment to support its projects, Dayim will also provide onsite training, testing and inspection for its staff and contractors.

Dayim Equipment Rental said it has entered into a long-term exclusive agreement with the TRSDC for the Red Sea Project and Amaala on the west coast of Saudi Arabia for a fully-fledged on-site PMV solution.

“This first-of-a-kind partnership in the Kingdom demonstrates our innovative approach to supply, manage and operate tailored on-site solutions, delivering safe, efficient, and sustainable products and services,” Dayim Equipment Rental spokesman conveyed.

“Our on-site state-of-the-art operational hub will be powered by the latest environment-friendly and green products aligning to the ethos of TRSDC,” the spokesman added.

Related: Alpha Dhabi’s energy investment arm to build solar power plants in Libya