Tuesday, June 22, 2021

ENOC Group opens two new service stations in Sharjah

The new sites bring the total number of ENOC stations to 152 across the UAE.

ENOC Group announced the opening of two new service stations in Sharjah, bringing the total number of ENOC’s service stations to seven in Sharjah and 152 across the UAE.

Located in Muzairah and Homa in Sharjah, the service stations are part of the 12 stations scheduled for completion in Sharjah by the end of the year to meet the increasing demand for fuel and automotive services in the Emirate.

Spread over 5447m2, the Muzairah service station is equipped with five bridge canopies, 8 multimedia fuel dispensers and five fuel tanks with a capacity of 15,000 imperial gallons. The service station located in Homa is equipped with five bridge canopies, ten multimedia fuel dispensers and five fuel tanks with a capacity of 15,000 imperial gallons.

Both stations are built with stage two vapour recovery systems. They have fully automated fuel systems with auto tank gauging as well as electronic leak detection system.

“Our growing network of stations further underlines our goal to meet the energy requirements of the nation. Our continued expansion in Sharjah is a testament to our commitment to the UAE and its people to ensure convenient access to fuel as well as automotive and retail services,” said Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO ENOC.

The stations are equipped with cutting technologies including the ultra-modern variable refrigerant flow for air conditioning systems with a high energy efficiency ratio. This reduces energy consumption by 35%. The lighting and illumination are based on zero maintenance, low voltage LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours, achieving 50% energy saving, according to ENOC.

Both stations have a new enhanced ZOOM store on site, offering more than 7,500 food and beverage options and Pronto for the daily needs of the customers. Various methods of payment including ENOCPay, ViP, and mobile payments are accepted.

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