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English Español ENOC Group records 12 million cashless transactions in the UAE

Encouraging cashless payments is one of the pillars to maintain precautionary measures in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the directives issued by the UAE Government.

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Author: PetrolPlaza Correspondent Pablo Plaza

ENOC Group has recorded 12 million cashless transactions in the first five months of this year, in a move towards encouraging cashless payments. The Group recorded an increase in cashless transactions when compared to cash payments during the same period.

More than 5 million cashless transactions were recorded through ENOC Vehicle Identification Pass (VIP), the Group’s contactless payment service for individuals and corporate customers. Additionally, over 5 million cashless transactions were facilitated via debit and credit cards. Customers also used ENOC Select Card to make 1.38 million cashless transactions. In addition, more than 15,000 cashless transactions were paid through ENOCPay, while Dubai Smart Government enabled an additional 26,118 cashless transactions.

“Driving the growth of a digital economy in the UAE is of immense importance. The growth of cashless transactions across our retail operations underpins our commitment to supporting the nation’s smart infrastructure and, especially during these challenging times; ensure the safety of our customers and employees. We will continue to support the UAE government’s vison and drive to encourage cashless transactions,” said Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, ENOC

Enabling cashless payment options across its retail operations is one of the key elements of ENOC’s efforts in digitalisation. The Group first introduced cashless payment options in 1996, with the launch of the ENOC Select Card, and has continued to rollout several cashless and contactless payment methods across service stations in the UAE.

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