Vivo Energy Ghana expands its retail network
As part of its retailer site expansion initiative, Vivo Energy Ghan has inaugurated its new service station at Ashaiman in the Tema Municipality.
The inauguration of the station brings to 138, the number of Shell Service Stations owned by Vivo Energy Ghana and the second station located in the center of Ashaiman Municipality which serves as the hub of commercial activity with heavy vehicular movements.
The Retail Manager of Vivo Energy Ghana, Mr. Kwame Ackah in his speech, said the company is fully committed to growing and improving its businesses in Africa and this entails the injection of new capital for investing in new service stations, facilities and constantly improving the customer experience.
According to him Vivo Energy, the company that distributes and markets Shell-branded fuels and lubricants, has ambitious plans to grow the business in Africa and in relation to this, the company built and rebranded over 100 new service stations across Africa last year.
“Vivo Energy Ghana is here to offer customers the very best of Shell products and services, including supply reliability, technical expertise and unmatched customer service. In doing so, we are committed to achieve and maintain the highest Health, Safety, Security and Environment standards and to deliver Shell’s high quality fuels and lubricants in an environmentally and socially responsible manner,” Mr. Kwame Ackah said.
The Municipal Chief Executive, Abraham Baidoo applauded Shell for employing local folks to operate the service station and advised the company to maintain the industry standards.
Shell-branded souvenirs such as T-shirts and air fresheners were distributed to invited guests including members of the commercial transport unions who graced the occasion and showed a high level of customer satisfaction about Shell products. All motorists who purchased products were also given free gifts on the day of the inauguration.