Vivo Energy Ghana, which distributes and markets Shell branded fuel and lubricants, has opened a new multipurpose Service Station at Mataheko Hansonic to serve the largest residential estate in West Africa, Dansoman estates.
The multipurpose service station will provide Shell differentiated fuel, industry leading lubricants, oil change services and Shell Select convenience retail stores.
Other ancillary services at the station will include a Fast Food (KFC), washing bay and offices to enhance the total customer experience on our sites.
Vivo Energy Ghana was established on 1 st August 2013.
The Shell brand has been in Ghana for 85 years. Vivo Energy Ghana currently has 125 retail stations spread across the country inclusive of the Mataheko Hansonic service station.
It has 134 permanent employees but the business provides indirect employment to over 1,000 people.
The company is recognized as a leader in the oil industry.
Vivo Energy will remain the undisputed leader in the provision of premium fuel such as Shell V-Power, Economy, Shell Super Extra and Shell Diesel Extra and Quality Lubricants, Shell Helix and Shell Rimula, among others.
Fred Osoro, Managing Director of Vivo Energy Ghana Limited, in a speech said: 'Vivo Energy Ghana is the new company behind the Shell brand in Ghana and it is fully committed to growing and improving its businesses. This will entail the injection of new capital for investing in new sites and facilities and constantly improving the customer experience.'
He added: 'We are here to offer customers the very best of quality Shell products and services, including supply reliability, technical expertise and unmatched customer service. In doing so, we have industry-leading health and safety standards and are committed to delivering Shell's high quality fuel and lubricants in an environmentally and socially responsible manner.'
'Vivo Energy Ghana's Shell branded Service Stations are the face of retail operations that have made us the leading provider of differentiated shell fuel and lubricants across Ghana,' noted Mr. Osoro.
A business desk report