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Emirates Transport secures US$13mn transport contract from ENOC

Saeed Khoory, CEO of ENOC and Mohamed Abdullah Al Jarmen, general manager of Emirates Transport sign the five-year contract. (Image source: ENOC)

Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) has signed a contract worth US$13mn with Emirates Transport for staff transportation across ENOC?s businesses in the UAE

ENOC?s contract is for a period of five years, stated officials from the company. Emirates Transport uses the ENOC Retail network for fuelling vehicles, while ENOC has renewed the contract for staff transportation.

Saeed Khoory, CEO of ENOC, said, ?We are committed to offering the best in facilities to enhance the comfort and promote productivity of our employees. The strategic agreement also reflects of the vision of the government of Dubai to foster stronger partnerships between governmental entities to provide high quality services to residents.?

Emirates Transport has been catering to the transport needs of ENOC?s employees for seven years, added ENOC officials. It offers a daily fleet of 80 vehicles that undertake 500 services daily, to transport over 4,000 ENOC employees across various businesses. On an average, Emirates Transport undertakes over 175,000 trips to meet the requirements of ENOC?s various business units.

ENOC is one of the largest partners of Emirates Transport and the company relies on the services of the company for transporting its employees in other emirates including in Fujairah.

Mohamed Abdullah Al Jarmen, general manager of Emirates Transport, added ?We are delighted to have signed this latest agreement with ENOC, further extending our excellent working relationship. It highlights ENOC?s trust in our efficiency and our commitment to offer high quality services. We will continue to build on the partnership and offer value-added services to support ENOC in ensuring seamless operations across their diverse business sectors.?