Abu Dhabi / WAM
ADNOC Distribution has launched an initiative to encourage female customers to register for ADNOC Wallet accounts. As part of the drive, eight female promoters have been commissioned for the four service stations participating in the pilot phase of the programme from March 22 to April 21.
The promoters will work on morning and evening shifts to help female clients use the ADNOC SMART self-refuelling option and fully benefit from the services.
Khalid Hadi, Vice President Marketing and Corporate Communications Division at ADNOC Distribution, said, â€œBy launching this initiative, we are seeking to increase uptake for ADNOC SMART among our female customers so that they can benefit from its diverse conveniences. When ADNOC SMART was first conceptualised, we hoped to reduce the waiting time and queues at our network of service stations to benefit the increasing number of women customers frequenting the stations. We are keen to offer them all support in completing registrations for an ADNOC Wallet account. Our promoters will also advise female customers on using the self-service efficiently, safely, and conveniently.â€
Hadi added, â€œADNOC Distribution has implemented the necessary steps to make this transition phase a smooth and rewarding one for our customers, partners and all concerned stakeholders. The smart services will eventually elevate our credentials as one of the largest and most innovative petroleum companies in the region, while also fulfilling the vision of the UAE leadership to achieve smart government and smart cities.â€
ADNOC Wallet allows customers to enjoy the benefit of ADNOC SMARTâ€™s flexible payment solutions and enables them to manage their accounts from anywhere, at any time using tablets or mobiles. ADNOC Distribution invites customers to subscribe online for their ADNOC Wallet accounts via the companyâ€™s website and follow the simple steps for registration.
The four service stations included in the pilot phase are all located on Abu Dhabi Island. Customers can get instant directions to the locations of service stations implementing the pilot phase of ADNOC SMART by entering the stationsâ€™ numbers on the companyâ€™s free to download mobile application. The service stations are Rabdan service station (162) located in Al Mushrif area on Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Al Maktoum Street – Abu Dhabi Road, Al Nasr service station (928) located on Sheikh Zayed the First Street, Al Zafarana service station (973) located near Khalifa University, and Al Qanah service station (752) located on Al Khaleej Al Arabi Street.
ADNOC Distribution has also earmarked six smart centres (Rahal Centres) across Abu Dhabi for the registration of ADNOC Wallet accounts during the pilot phase. These include: Al Dhafrah service station on Airport Road opposite Abu Dhabi Central Hospital, Rabdan service station, Khalifa City (A) service station (766), and the Global Centre (Daman Building) – first floor – located in Musaffah area. In addition, the main lobby of Abu Dhabi City Municipality Centre, and the main lobby of the ADNOC Distribution headquarters building â€“ both located on Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Street (previously known as Salam Street) are
also supporting customers with