The renewal is evidence of the company’s incessant efforts and outstanding services offered
A leading fuel retial, lubricants and automotive services company in Saudi Arabia, Petromin, has been certified for the second time consecutively for the successful management and operation of fuel service stations and service centers.
The success of the company's efforts in providing distinguished services to all its customers and showing the company’s commitment to providing the highest levels of quality that are no less than those around the world has been confirmed by this approval.
Petromin had, in 2014, obtained approval by the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs for the three-year qualification certificate for the management, operation and maintenance of fuel service stations and service centers on regional roads.
The official Committee, formed by specialists from the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs, carried out the testing out and inspection of Petromin fuel service stations. The renewal of Petromin came after it was ensured that the services provided were consistent with the directory of fuel service stations and service centers issued by the ministry which aims to elevate the level of fuel stations and service centers on the regional roads in the kingdom.
Eng Samir Nawar, president and CEO of Petromin, said, “This certification comes as a result of the continuous efforts and excellent services offered by us to our customers over many years. We look forward to continuing providing advanced service programs to meet our customers’ needs and expectations. We’ll continue our expansion plan and we have all the potential to ensure the establishment and upgrading of fuel stations and service centers throughout the kingdom.” Source: Trade Arabia PWKD13102017
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