Zoom recently opened its first stores at the Palm Jumeirah Monorail’s Palm Gateway and Atlantis Aquaventure, making these the first stores to open at the monorail.

The stores are located at Palm Gateway and Atlantis Aquaventure stations to offer a wide variety of food and beverages to the consumers.
The 273 sq ft Gateway Station and the 269 sq ft store at Atlantis Aquaventure monorail station both offer a wide variety of groceries, food and beverages to visitors of Palm Jumeirah, one of Dubai’s high-profile entertainment destinations.
Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, Enoc Group, said: “At Enoc Group, our aim is to serve the needs of our customers; offering a one stop destination for all their retail needs. Zoom, our home-grown convenient store chain, has evolved to become a leading retail outlet in the UAE. Through our expansion at the Palm Jumeirah Monorail, we look forward to supporting the UAE government’s vision to provide best-in-class services to tourists as well as residents of the nation.”
Enoc’s convenience retail offering was first launched in the year 1995. Currently, there are more than 230 Zoom stores in the UAE including 43 stores in Dubai metro.
Zoom accepts a huge variety of payment methods including VISA, MasterCard, EnocPay, ViP, Nol, and Dubai Now. It has become part of the everyday life of the UAE residents, offering convenient access to a wide range of products on the go.
Zoom has a variety of formats from service station C-stores to mini marts and stores on the Metro network as well as large scale standalone supermarkets in a number of residential communities and high-end locations, such as Burj Khalifa. Burj Gate, Cayan Towers and Burj Al Salam.
As a Dubai Government owned entity and one of the main retail players in the UAE, Enoc is committed to offer unique retail experiences across major projects in the country such as Expo 2020; where it will take part with10 Zoom stores to meet the demand of the global event.-- Tradearabia News Service


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