ADNOC Distribution reopens Al Wathba service station in Abu Dhabi

November 22, 2015 10:25 am

During opening ceremony

ADNOC Distribution has announced the reopening of its Al Wathba service station following expansion works.

Al Wathba service station has been refurbished as part of ADNOC Distribution’s ongoing efforts to modernise its network and upgrade equipment and machinery to cope with growing customer demand for the company’s best-in-class products and services.

The re-opened station located in Abu Dhabi’s Al Wathba area in the vicinity of the camel race track now boasts cutting-edge infrastructure to enhance the quality of service offered to customers as well as increase the overall customer satisfaction levels of motorists in the area.

Speaking at the re-opening ceremony, Abdulla Salem Al Dhaheri, CEO, ADNOC Distribution, said: “ADNOC Distribution regularly upgrades and enhances the facilities and infrastructure at our network of service stations to increase the capacity of these stations and help them meet the surge in the number of road users and motorists in the emirate of Abu Dhabi and the UAE at large.”

Al Dhaheri added: “In the upcoming weeks, we will continue to deliver on our commitment to providing more service stations across different areas in the UAE. The expansion is in line with our obligation to offer world-class products and standards to our loyal customers.”

As a part of the ADNOC Distribution network of service stations, Al Wathba Service Station now retails petroleum products and allied services round-the-clock, in addition to providing oil change and a wide range of fuel products such as lubes and LPG cylinders as well as car wash facilities.

Furthermore, motorists can now opt to unwind or carry out their retail purchases at the ADNOC Oasis store and fast food outlets located within the station.

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