Kazakhstan’s Citix to Upgrade Fuel Stations in Middle East and Africa

ASTANA – Citix, a leader in smart city technologies in Kazakhstan, has signed a tripartite agreement with MEMA, a division of Al Hajiry Holding, and Oman Oil Marketing Company to upgrade a network of fuel stations in Oman, Tanzania, and Saudi Arabia, Citix reported on June 7.

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Under this project, Citix will deploy up to 300 Smart Pillar smart boards customized for the region’s needs. These devices use open network data to provide drivers with up-to-date city information via widgets displayed at the top of the screen.

Each participant in this project is a leader in their home country. The Omani holding Al Hajiry, with annual revenues exceeding $400 million, operates in various industries such as real estate development, oil and gas, and outdoor advertising. Oman Oil Marketing Company, with annual revenues of over $2 billion, holds more than 58% of the fuel market in Oman.

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