ADNOC Distribution expands its gas cylinder delivery service through its smart application

ADNOC Distribution has expanded its LPG cylinder delivery services by adding 30 new trucks to its fleet of 17 trucks, as part of its efforts to enhance gas cylinder delivery services to customers' doorsteps in Abu Dhabi within an hour of receiving an order.

The company said in a statement that individuals and commercial customers can order through the updated ADNOC Distribution application, in addition to the ability to use the instant orders service by ordering through local delivery agents.

Customers can also pay the service fees using the ADNOC wallet or bank card, through the application, which allows direct tracking of orders, ensuring that they are delivered within an hour, in addition to earning "ADNOC Rewards" points with each order.

The gas cylinders are delivered by the company's trained experts, who will deliver and install the cylinders to ensure adherence to the highest standards of health and safety at all times.

Bader Saeed Al Lamki, CEO of ADNOC Distribution, said: "We are fully aware of the importance of easy access to service for our customers. Therefore, our expansion and digital enhancement of gas cylinder delivery service aims to make our products and services available on the largest possible scale."

The LPG cylinder delivery service is currently available in a number of selected areas in Abu Dhabi, and represents the latest digital service provided by the company to ensure the convenience of its customers.

In 2020, ADNOC Distribution launched a delivery service from ADNOC Oasis stores, allowing customers to order products from our stores across the UAE and have them delivered directly to their door through the delivery companies "Talabat" and "Carriage".

In addition, the company's payment options include a contactless payment service using the ADNOC wallet, where customers can choose the service station, pump number, amount of fuel and pay directly through the application.

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