Since its inception in 1981, Emarat took over 90 service stations from foreign companies and expanded them to over 110. These service stations were distributed in Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah.
In 1987, Emarat saw an increase in service stations and by the end of 2008, there were a total of 167, including 90 new generation stations.
Emarat witnessed a comprehensive and historic change in 1996 when it launched a new corporate identity with an aim to undertake a full and complete renovation of operations of all stations, and to reflect the concepts of quality service and customer satisfaction embodied within the brand name.
The corporation continues to carry out its activities in marketing and distributing of petroleum products through service stations and fuel depots in order to ensure the happiness of its customers within the framework of the general plan of the country.
Emarat has distinguished brands such as Freshplus, Bakeria and Café Arabicca, and aims to spread its brands regionally and globally in the coming years, basing on its 35 years of experience in the retail sector in UAE markets.