PETROSOL congratulates MD of Ghana Airports Company

July 14, 2017
Source: thebftonline.com
PETROSOL congratulates MD of Ghana Airports Company

The Chief Executive Officer of PETROSOL, a Ghanaian privately owned Oil Marketing Company (OMC), Michael Bozumbil, has on behalf of the Management of the company congratulated Mr. John D. Attafuah on his recent appointment as the Managing Director of the Ghana Airports Company Ltd.

Mr. Bozumbil conveyed the congratulatory message to Mr. Attafuah when he recently led a three-member delegation of PETROSOL to pay a courtesy call on him.

According to Mr. Bozumbil, their visit was for two main reasons. First, to convey PETROSOL’s congratulations and best wishes to him in his new role whilst expressing their appreciation to him for previously serving as a research consultant to the company through his consultancy firm, Virtual Access Ltd.

Mr. Bozumbil indicated that “by deploying your vast experience gathered over the years in conducting market research for global brands, you were able to conduct quality nationwide market research for PETROSOL at reasonable cost, the outcome of which has greatly informed our engagement with our consumers leading to the growth of PETROSOL. We are most grateful”.

The second reason, according to Mr. Bozumbil, was to encourage Mr. Attafuah to replicate in the aviation industry, the remarkable stakeholder management skills he demonstrated in the petroleum downstream industry when he served as the pioneer Chief Executive of the National Petroleum Authority (NPA), which led to the growth of the sector, especially the significant increase in the participation of indigenous operators in the industry.

On his part, Mr. Attafuah was happy that PETROSOL has appreciated his contribution to the growth of the company and the downstream petroleum industry as a whole. According to him, he is always excited to see the PETROSOL brand whenever he moves across the regions, noting the company’s operations reflect its commitment to quality and best industry practices. He therefore urged the Management of PETROSOL to continue working hard to expand and create more jobs for the teaming unemployed youth.

PETROSOL, managed by young Ghanaian professionals, currently operates over seventy (70) fuel stations across the ten (10) regions of Ghana and also supplies corporate consumers with quality petroleum products. It is noted for offering consumers value for money as its fuel pumps are known to deliver full quantity to consumers.