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English Español Rompetrol Moldova hits 39 fuel stations

The local subsidiary of the KMG International Group opened recently a new gas station in Chisinau, located in the Ciocana district.

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Author: PetrolPlaza Correspondent Pablo Plaza

Currently, the company operates 39 Rompetrol gas stations in the capital of the Republic of Moldova.

Having a total surface of about 2,600 square meters, the new site was designed and built in line with the new concept of Rompetrol gas stations. Located in the centre of the city, the station offers a shop and a cafe. The space dedicated to convenience area of the location (around 200m2) is the largest in the Rompetrol network.

Rompetrol has continued to expand in 2018 positioning itself as the most important national fuel supplier, according to the company. 

“The appreciation of our customers of Rompetrol’s products and services has supported us in opening 11 new gas stations over the past two years” said Sergey Sevcenco, General Manager of Rompetrol Moldova.

The Efix range and Rompetrol card – introduced in the local market in 2008 - the implementation of the new concept and the expansion of its network allowed the company to reach a 24% share in the retail market in 2018. They currently operate a network of 84 gas stations, 60 convenience stores, and 61 LPG distribution points.

Due to the two depots in Chisinau and Giurgiulesti, the group’s subsidiary became the most important supplier of oil and gas products in Moldova.

“The experience and know-how accumulated and tested by the Group in Romania are transposed and offered later to our customers in the other countries. In the next period, we will pay special attention to the development of non-fuels products and services in our stations, where we believe there is a major potential for Moldova, Bulgaria and Georgia,” said Chief Retail Officer of KMG International, Vlad Rusnac.

At the regional level, the Group operates around 1,100 fuel distribution points in Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria and Georgia, being a major supplier of oil products to partners in the region (Turkey, Serbia or Greece). 

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