CAFU, the MENA region’s first on-demand fuel delivery app, has recently entered into a joint agreement with Al Maha Petroleum to deliver its popular services to customers in Oman, as part of its international expansion strategy.
The Dubai headquartered technology company will initially launch services in Muscat before rolling out to other parts of the Sultanate. CAFU’s launch in Oman marks the first international market entry for the technology company since it began services in the UAE in November 2018 where it has serviced over 760,000 customers.
Developed entirely in Dubai, CAFU is committed to the vision of the UAE’s leadership to build a digitally enabled economy and deliver innovative solutions to citizens and residents alike. In the UAE, CAFU delivers quality petrol in both Super 98 and Special 95, which are supplied in safe custom-built vehicles straight to consumers’ homes, offices or anywhere their car might be parked – users need to only provide their car location and schedule time of their fuel delivery through the app.
Rashid Al Ghurair, founder and CEO, CAFU, said, “Dubai is an internationally recognised testbed for groundbreaking technologies. We are humbled to be able to take our homegrown innovative services from Dubai to the world, starting today with Oman. Through our joint agreement with Al Maha Petroleum we will transform how people in Oman fuel their vehicles by digitalising their entire experience. Along with our partners, we are confident that our technology combined with our growing fleet of safety-tested and certified trucks will deliver a one-of-a-kind convenience for our customers in Oman.”
Eng. Hamed bin Salim Al Maghdri, CEO of Al Maha Petroleum, said, “Our partnership with CAFU will revolutionise the way our customers refuel their vehicles and represents us with the opportunity to grow our market share in the Omani market. A proven concept in the UAE, we are confident that people in Oman are equally perceptive towards this innovative and digitally driven solution that will allow them to free up some of their spare time they would otherwise be spending on gas stations.”