GOIL Company Limited has opened two stations in Accra and Keta. It is part of a strategy to make readily available the company’s quality products to customers countrywide.
The first service station is in Accra near the Circle overpass and the popular Obra spot. The new station has two pump islands with two nozzles each and will dispense Super XP Ron 95 and Diesel XP. It is also equipped with a modern lubricant centre to service all types of vehicles.
The station is strategically positioned to serve vehicles in and around the busy travelling-enclave of the city. It is also expected to serve a wide customer base – especially passenger and tro-tro vehicles which desire to enjoy the benefits of quality fuels and lubricants from GOIL at their convenience.
The Group CEO and Managing Director of GOIL Company Limited, Mr. Kwame Osei Prempeh, touted the efficacy of GOIL’s XP Ron 95 and Diesel XP and entreated drivers, especially public transport owners and trotro operators, to spread the good news about the company’s quality fuels and lubricants. He promised that GOIL will continue to make available quality products for all customers countrywide.
The Head of Fuels Marketing, Augustine Boateng, said opening the new station is part of efforts to make products available to customers without struggle.
In attendance at the ceremony were Helen Kyerematen, Zonal Manager South; Offei Anor, Former Chief Director Ministry of Roads and Highways; Superintendent Imam Hussein from the Ghana Police Service; Rebecca Aidoo, CEO-Ronayia Company Limited; Nana Berndt, CEO-Kitchen World; Owusu Prempeh, GNPC; Mr. Richard Aryee, Vice chairman Circle-Kasoa station; and Kofi Annan, Circle-Kasoa Station Manager.
In another development, GOIL has opened another station at Keta in the Volta Region.
The station’s opening was attended by Togbe Sri III, Paramount chief of Anlo; the Chief Executive for Keta, and other chiefs of the area.