Abu Dhabi Ports Company
The Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (KIZAD), a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Ports, advanced the frontiers with a new industrial and commercial plaza, offering a remarkable refueling station together with a variety of convenient facilities. The entire project spreads over a region of more than 87,000 square meters, intended to substantially advance both the aesthetic and utilitarian quality of the area by catering to the needs of the community.
The project’s key point is a highly functional, dedicated ADNOC Distribution service station for trucks, composed of two main canopies supported by six diesel bay canopies. This segment also comprises a restaurant for heavyweight vehicle drivers and a convenience store, followed by four additional quick-service outlets and vehicle washing services.
Apart from supporting local customers and transporters, the KIZAD Truck Plaza provides services to the broad segment of Abu Dhabi’s industrial and logistics supply chain. For that purpose, all traffic lines, including connections to the main roads, are optimized and established to secure smooth integration focused on maximum efficiency. Fuel station for small and medium vehicles is strategically positioned to support undisrupted transit, independent of the truck station, with a separate circulation flow. The area is fully connected by walking paths, guarded with sunshades for a more comfortable transit.
Other integrated facilities include several retail outlets, another convenience store, restaurants, a car care service, and a mosque. As a single religious object in a broader area, the mosque was designed with the capacity to host over 1000 worshippers at a time. In case of need, the limits can be effortlessly extended to the plaza outside. The transparent wall curtains enhance communication, uninterrupted by shading panels in modern Islamic patterns.
As the latest addition to a series of developments announced by the Middle East’s largest industrial zone to meet growing customer demand, the KIZAD Truck Plaza project enhanced its attractiveness for both local and global investors.