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ENOC Link trucks will be dedicated to fuel a fleet of over 500 school buses at DTC parking during the off-peak hours.



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ENOC Link signed an agreement with the Roads and Transport Authority's Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) to offer contactless mobile fuelling services for its school buses fleet.

ENOC Link trucks will be dedicated to fuel a fleet of over 500 school buses at DTC parking during the off-peak hours to meet their demand for Diesel and Special 95.
Refuelling the bus fleet in a unified premises will significantly lower trips to traditional service stations to refuel, thus reducing carbon emissions and traffic on the roads, according to a company’s press release.

“Our agreement with Dubai Taxi Cooperation will enable us to contribute to facilitating the back-to-school process while offering safe and efficient fuelling services,” said Group CEO, Saif Humaid Al Falasi.

ENOC Link is a mobile fuelling concept that is part of Next, ENOC Group’s accelerator programme, that provides petrol and diesel delivery service to consumers and businesses across the region.

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