JP and GAT, German partners engage stakeholders in automobile industry

JP and GAT Executives with Kaneshie-Takoradi station GPRTU executives

JP Trustees, an oil marketing company, has moved to ease the burden of high fuel prices for its existing and prospective patrons.

With the current hike in cost of petroleum products across the globe affecting business operations across all sectors of the global economy, the company said it is committed to ensuring quality but affordable fuels.

JP Trustees is licenced by the National Petroleum Authority to supply petroleum products in the country. Among its products is included the Automotive Technology additive (GAT 3000).

It revealed this during a workshop organised in Accra, in partnership with German Automotive Technology, for customers as part of efforts to educate them about the quality of its products.

Participants were drawn from Toyota Ghana, Stelin Auto, FAW Trucks, CFAO, Stallion Motors (Hyundai), VIP Jeoun Limited, Sand and Stone Trucks Association, Ash Motors, Zonda Tec Ghana and Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) drivers across different stations in Accra

German Automotive Technology (GAT) is a reputable additive manufacturer with a proven record of manufacturing innovative additives for engine performance improvement and machine efficiency. The G3000 is designed to provide the following benefits to customers: fuel economy / reduced fuel consumption – up to 20 percent savings on consumption; enhanced engine performance; and extended engine life through removal of carbon deposits.

The JP-GAT auto workshop is part of the programme line-up for the maiden visit of their German partners. The purpose is to engage various stakeholders in the auto industry on the quality of JP products, and also offer them an opportunity to ask questions and interact with the team. At the end of the workshop, attendees were very impressed with the effort made by JP Trustees and its German partner (GAT) to offer the highest quality of petroleum products in Ghana, and commended the organisers for such an insightful event.

Right: Dr. Cai Karsten, Research Development Manager-GAT; and Julian Esefeld, Key Account Manager-GAT, explaining some key points to participants


Section of participants during the training workshopJP sells petroleum products to consumers and the general public through their 18 retail stations across 5 regions in Ghana (Greater Accra, Ashanti Region, Western, Eastern and Western North) and their fuel delivery trucks which deliver fuel to homes, offices and other corporate locations regardless of quantity. As a highly respected player in the fuel retail market, JP is known for its commitment to quality of products, competitive pricing and excellent customer service. The vision of JP is to have branches across the country by 2030 with high quality fuel at the best price, as their slogan says ‘Earn More, Burn Less’.         

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