ENOC Group continues retail expansion with two new service stations in Sharjah

As part of its continued expansion plans, ENOC Group announced the opening of two new service stations in Sharjah’s Al Jazzat and Al Sehma areas. With these additions, the total number of service stations in the Emirate now stands at 22, with a total of 181 across the UAE.

Strategically located on the new Khorfakkan highway, the service station in Al Sehma will serve the needs of tourists and residents visiting the Northern Emirates, while the second service station located in the residential area of Al Jazzat will cater to the needs of the community as well as visitors of the neighbouring attraction sites such as Green Belt Ladies Park, Al Shaab Village and the Cultural Palace.

His Excellency Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO at ENOC, said: “The opening of the two service stations in Sharjah is part of our ongoing expansion plans to meet the fuelling needs of our customers in the Emirate and the wider country, which reflects our commitment to supporting the development of UAE’s infrastructure. We are invested in the progress of our country, and we look forward to further expanding our retail presence to energise our nation.”

With a total area of 4,645 sq. ft., the service station in Al Sehma comes with a bridged canopy comprising of three dispenser islands with six dispensers, and a diesel canopy with one dispenser island and one dispenser. It is also equipped with five fuel tanks with a capacity of 15,000 imperial gallons, and includes a ZOOM convenience store and three restaurants.

In line with global best practice for the retail fuel industry, both service stations feature full retail automation and modern construction standards and are equipped with CCTV surveillance and automatic number plate detection cameras to ensure the highest levels of security.

Customers visiting the two stations can also benefit from ENOC Group’s ‘Yes’ rewards programme by earning points and rewards when paying for fuel, automotive services or when making a purchase at the convenience stores.