The ET is already operating three conversion centres set up by Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC). These centres have different workshops including a major one in Khalifa A City, another in Al-Manaseer Area and a third at Al-Ain City. These facilities have a capacity of 17 lanes which simultaneously provide their services to vehicles with the support of around 120 technicians and administrative staff members.
According to Al Jarman, this new installation is another achievement in the record of the ET, who after participating in a bid was chosen to be the second company along with ADNOC to operate this project. “Driven by its national commitments, ET keeps track of the opportunities of expanding the centre activities in the northern emirates,” he said.
ET general director also informed that they have hired technicians, suppliers and manufacturers who already adopted international high quality standards to secure spare parts. In turn, acting manager of the new centre Maher Al Rufaie highlighted: “ET is committed to enforce eco-friendly transport system in line with the Federal Government policies”.