ADNOC Distribution opens Al Jeeah service station in Al Ain City

January 9, 2016 2:06 pm

During opening

ADNOC Distribution announced the opening of its Al Jeeah service station in Al Ain City located in Al Jeeah area on the Dubai – Al Ain Road.

The new facility was inaugurated by Abdulla Salem Al Dhaheri, CEO of ADNOC Distribution in the presence of senior company officials and select guests.

The opening of Al Jeeah Service Station is in line with ADNOC Distribution’s ongoing expansion strategy that seeks to meet the increasing demand for the company’s superior quality products and services.

The new station includes nine fueling islands, four of them dedicated to diesel fuel and one island for vehicles run on natural gas.

Abdulla Salem Al Dhaheri, CEO of ADNOC Distribution, said: “The opening of Al Jeeah Service Station is in line with our efforts to enhance our infrastructure in the city of Al Ain to cope with the increasing urbanization and economic development that the Eastern Region of Abu Dhabi emirate is currently witnessing.”

Al Dhaheri added: “At ADNOC Distribution we work relentlessly to enhance our operational and administrative capacities and to develop new facilities and take our service stations closer to our loyal customers – wherever they may be.”

The latest addition to ADNOC Distribution’s network of service stations, Al Jeeah Service Station provides fueling and allied services round-the-clock in addition to the ADNOC Oasis retail store, fast food outlets, a bakery, car wash, oil change and the distribution of LPG cylinders.

ADNOC Distribution is looking at increasing its total number of service stations to 510 across the UAE by 2017. ADNOC Distribution equipped its newest facility with smart service infrastructure seeking to provide safer and more dynamic services to the customers to enhance their overall experience.


AMEinfo Staff
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