ENOC, dnata extend 25-year partnership with a supply deal

By Ashika Rajan, Trainee Reporter
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UAE-based leading integrated global oil and gas company ENOC Group will supply lubricants and grease to the world’s largest air service providers dnata’s operational on-ground fleet of about 6,000 vehicles and equipment, as part of an extended deal.

ENOC and dnata have recently renewed their long-standing partnership of over 25 years.

ENOC’s lubricants range will service all dnata equipment and fleet inside Dubai International Airport and Dubai World Central (DWC) with diesel and petrol engine oils.

Mr. Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, ENOC remarked that “we have had a successful partnership with dnata for 25 years now and our renewed partnership demonstrates dnata’s trust in our competencies and product quality. We are proud to be associated with dnata and hope to continue contributing to the success and growth of their operations by providing products that adhere to all international safety and quality standards.”

All the lubricants and greases are certified by the latest American Petroleum Institute’s (API) standards. ENOC was one of the first companies in the region to introduce a full line of advanced lubricants that conform to the highest industry standards.

Mr. Jaffar Dawood, Senior Vice President, Airline Services, DXB, dnata stated that “with over 8,000 assets operating at DXB and Al Maktoum International airports, maintenance is a key pillar for our safe operations. This agreement between dnata and ENOC continues our long term relationship in the supply of quality lubricants, but also allows us to call upon ENOC subject matter experts for oil distribution across our eight maintenance facilities, and for testing and oil analysis, so we can continuously develop the most effective and efficient reliability centered maintenance plans.”

ENOC markets a diverse portfolio of lubricants and greases that are designed for applications in many industries including automotive, industrial, marine, heavy-duty diesel engines, and commercial use. The company operates in 60 countries in the Middle East, Africa, Southeast Asia, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), and the Indian Subcontinent.

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