Results are being achieved by the company’s expansion strategy embarked upon in 2015
A leading player in the importation and distribution of refined fuel products and other related services in the Nigerian downstream sector, Emadeb Energy Services Limited, has decided to open ten more mega retail outlets across the six geographical zones of the country within the next 12 to 18 months.
The company, as part of the expansion strategy, was also putting in place dealer-managed arrangement with existing filling stations.
The company’s commitment to proactively meet customers’ needs and surpass their expectations through provision of specialized and differentiated products and services, was fulfilled by the investment in the flagship mega retail outlet. Results are being achieved by the company’s expansion strategy embarked upon in 2015
The mega filling station has a lube bay, minimart and a POS terminal as an alternative means of payment for customers.
The company commenced the production of lubricants in the last quarter of 2016, including the Lube brands – Absolute E 20W50 API SL/CF and E- Premium Synthetic API SN/CF, which are high performance multigrade engine fuel recommended for both fuel and diesel engines found in modern cars.
“They both meet and exceed international standards and the requirement of all major automobile manufacturers, which includes but not limited to Volkswagen, Mercedes Benz, Renault, and Porsche, among others,” said Group Managing Director, Adebowale Olujimi.
With the completion of a 12-million-litre-capacity tank for Aviation Turbine Kerosene (ATK) at its Ijegun Egba depot, the company recently attained another major milestone, thus bringing total capacity of the Tank Farm to 60 million liters and making it a one stop storage facility for white product. Source: SundiataPost PWKD14112017
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