ADNOC Distribution begins infrastructure upgrade

First phase of programme will include 20 service stations in Abu Dhabi

ADNOC will carry out work on a number of service stations.
ADNOC will carry out work on a number of service stations.

ADNOC Distribution has announced the implementation of a new infrastructure development programme across its network of service stations in the UAE.

Commencing on 16 April, the first phase of the programme will include 20 service stations in the city of Abu Dhabi.

In order to ensure the least disruption of services to customers, the "enhancement work" will be take place from 12am to 4am daily.

With work carried over two days for four hours per day at every service station, the enhancement works are anticipated to conclude within a month across all the 20 identified stations.

Khalid Hadi, vice president Marketing ADNOC Distribution, said: “ADNOC Distribution is keen to continuously develop the infrastructure of our service stations in line with our strategic objective to widen the portfolio of services provided to our customers and enhance their experience.

“Focusing on this priority, we are equipping our service station network with the latest technologies and systems to guarantee the safety and security of our customers and the community at large.”

Hadi added: “The timings for the closure of the service stations have been fixed in a way that peak hour service delivery is not impacted.”

The first phase of the infrastructure development programme will include the service stations at Al Zaab, Al Corniche, Al Jawazat, Shawamekh, Al Manasir, Al Yasat, Al Qanah, Al Saada, Al Jazeera, Al Dana, Al Manhal, Al Salam, Airwing, Al Hosn, Mahawi, Embassy Area, Al Falah, Police College, Al Nasser and Al Ittihad.

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