ENOC Group has opened a new service station in the Al Dhaid area of the Emirate of Sharjah, bringing the number of stations that the group has opened in the emirate to 5.
With the opening of the station, the total number of ENOC stations will rise to 144 stations, in a move that confirms the group’s commitment to support the efforts made by the government of the United Arab Emirates and the health care authorities in Sharjah in terms of providing continuous fuel supplies and smooth services during the “Covid-19” crisis.
The group has accelerated the service station’s opening steps in response to current conditions, which enables front-line workers and other essential service providers to have easy access to fuel filling services and other products provided by retail stores.
The expansion in the Emirate of Sharjah comes within the framework of the group’s long-term strategic plan to enhance its presence in the retail sector in the United Arab Emirates, by increasing the total number of its stations to 193 by the end of the year 2021.
The new plant extends over an area of 40,000 square feet, and is equipped with the latest technologies and innovative features intended to meet the needs of customers who live in Al Dhaid. It will include a “Zoom” store that serves fast food and various drinks.
Customers can pay for fuel at the station and purchase from the “Zoom” store safely and easily while adhering to the guidelines for social divergence by using the “Enoc Bay” feature, the digital platform previously launched by the group to pay using smart phones without the need to pay cash or even via cards. They can also pay in cash or via Vehicle Identification System (ViP), Nol cards, Dubai Smart Government application, Dubai Now and debit and credit cards.
In this context, Saif Al Falasi, CEO of ENOC Group, said: “The opening of the new service station in the Emirate of Sharjah highlights our ambitious vision to invest in the growing infrastructure of the country in order to meet the needs of fuel supply continuously.”
Al Falasi added: “The opening of the station would allow frontline workers and emergency service providers in the region to have easy access to fuel filling services, which is a very important aspect in supporting the national sterilization program, and we are proud to contribute to meeting the fuel needs of emergency services and to stand up to The side of these true heroes in dealing with the epidemic and saving lives. ”
It is worth noting that the station was constructed according to the highest international standards, and is equipped with an integrated set of automated services, and takes into account the best standards of modern construction in line with green standards applied by the Sharjah Municipality.
Moreover, the station includes a fully automatic fuel pumping system; an automated system to measure fuel stocks and monitor leaks, while an advanced fume recovery system contributes to safety and security and reduces dangerous emissions into the air. In order to reduce the standby time at the plant, fuel pumps with retractable hoses are provided to allow vehicles to be fueled on both sides.
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