UAE-based Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) has awarded a five-year contract, valued at Dhs50 million, to government-owned Emirates Transport Company for providing transportation services to its staff.
Emirates Transport has been meeting the staff transportation needs of ENOC’s group of companies including its retail network arm for the last seven years, a statement said.
“Extending our partnership with Emirates Transport underlines our commitment to maintain and strengthen our relations with our long-term partners,” said Saeed Khoory, CEO of ENOC.
Abdulsalam Al Hammadi, director of procurement & contracts of ENOC, said: “ENOC’s long-term relationship with Emirates Transport is a strategic partnership. It can be further strengthened by supporting each other in areas of mutual interest and business diversification.
“Emirates Transport uses the ENOC Retail network for fueling their vehicles, while ENOC has renewed the contract for staff transportation.”
Emirates Transport currently offers a daily fleet of 80 vehicles, which undertake about 500 services daily to commute over 4,000 employees of ENOC across its different businesses.
More than 3,800 employees of ENOC Retail network, who work at the ENOC service stations and ZOOM stores are also transported in different shifts by these buses.
On average, Emirates Transport undertakes over 175,000 trips to meet the requirements of ENOC’s various business units, which function throughout the year without breaks, the statement said.