Dubai – Mubasher: Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) Group on Tuesday announced that it has extended its RFID-based technology services in DP World’s terminals 2 and 3 to serve its fleet of vehicles.
The new technology will help enhance the terminals’ world-class productivity and efficiency, in addition to allowing DP World to meet future demand ahead of time.
The move follows the successful implementation of RFID technology at Terminal 1, which helped Dubai's state-owned ports operator in monitoring diesel fuel consumption.
It also helped in increasing operational efficiency and managing scheduled vehicle maintenance.
“We continuously strive to provide our partners with innovative technologies that will enhance their operational efficiency. Our longstanding collaboration with DP World is a testament to our ability to not only contribute towards elevating the UAE’s critical infrastructure projects, but demonstrates the Group’s track record in achieving operational excellence,” Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO of ENOC, said.
Up to 1,500 vehicles have been supplied with RFID across the three terminals.
The new system will reduce fuelling time for DP World’s fleet and improve the efficiency of operations at DP World’s container terminals.
“Investing in cutting-edge solutions has been a fundamental part of our growth story, from our semi-autonomous Terminal 3 at Jebel Ali Port to the integration of smart technologies such as blockchain, IoT, and cloud computing across our portfolio,” Mohammed Al Muallem, CEO and Managing Director of DP World, commented.
He added that such intelligent logistics network will span the MENA region and Indian subcontinent and lead to increases in operational efficiency to the benefit of our customers.
“We are privileged to be supporting the growth of key UAE companies such as DP World by enhancing their operational efficiency and offering them seamless technologies to further advance their operations.” Al Falasi pointed out.