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English Español Total Mexico expands in Jalisco with 23 sites

The company expects to have 25 gas stations operating in the state by the end of 2019 with an eye to future expansion over the next four years.

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Author: PetrolPlaza Correspondent Pablo Plaza

Total Mexico has launched 23 new service stations in the Mexican state of Jalisco. After completing the openings, the company will reach a total of 25 stations in Jalisco.

The cutting of the inaugural ribbon took place at the gas stations in the airport, Toluquilla, Mezquite and La Venta del Astillero. Total has also just opened its first BONJOUR convenience store branch at the Olympic gas station in Guadalajara.

"We are very proud to be able to offer a high quality service and highly competitive prices to Jalisco, because it is our home. Here we started with the lubricants activity in 1982 and it is the place that has seen us grow and overcome challenges. Today, we have a lubricants plant in the city of Guadalajara and by the end of 2019 we will have 25 stations operating in the state, in addition to an expansion agreement for the next four years," said Marie Djordjian, General Director of Total Mexico. These stations are part of the 250 stations planned for 2019.

The city of Guadalajara, besides being the birthplace of Total Mexico, is fundamental for the company's growth strategy, focused on the central and western part of the country. It is the second capital with the highest number of Total service stations in Mexico.

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