Total Cambodge opened four new fuel service stations in Phnom Penh to mark its 25th anniversary in Cambodia.
The company now has a netowrk of 75 fuel service stations and 30 convenience stores in the country. Asif Iqbal, Total Cambodge’s managing director, said the four new fuel service stations are located in or around Chroy Changvar, Chamkar Doung, Toul Svay Prey and Boeung Trabek areas.
They are all located in major primary or secondary roads, he said, and feature a coffee shop and oil change services. “By opening these stations, we bow to demand from our customers, who are always asking for more Total stations closer to their residences and workplaces. “Total is speeding up its development programme and soon we will be able to serve more customers in smaller cities as well.” Mr Iqbal added.
Total Cambodge has been officially operating in Cambodia since 1993, although the company has been present in the country for more than 70 years. PWKD03092018
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