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English Español Hifa Petro expands fuelling network in Bosnia

The national oil company has acquired four gas stations from competitor Čago Petrol.



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Hifa Petro, an oil company from Bosnia and Herzegovina, has increased its national network with the acquisition of four sites. The acquired Čago Petrol stations, mostly located in central Bosnia, will increase Hifa Petro’s network to 36 sites.

The sites will be refurbished and rebranded to meet Hifa Petro’s image and operational standards, according to a press release.

"At Hifa Petrol we continue to expand and improve all segments of business by following the world and European standards when it comes to improving the quality of services to meet the needs of our customers," said owner and director Hajrudin Ahmetlic.

The sites will include HPLUS EURO 6 high-performance gasoline pumps and “HP SHOP” convenience stores.

This acquisition will provide 20 new jobs, increasing the number of employees at Hifa Petrol to over 390.

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