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Shell station network expands in Uganda

Vivo Energy Uganda has recently opened seven new Shell petrol stations, expanding its network of stations to 140 in the country.



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Author: PetrolPlaza Correspondent Daniel Infante Tuaño

Vivo Energy Uganda, distributor and marketer of Shell branded fuels and lubricants, invests in providing convenience, quality, and innovations to its customers.

It has partnered with known restaurant brands such as Java coffee house, Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), Pizza Hut Express, Prunes, and Café Pap, and offers pharmacies, insurance, tyre centres, and financial service in its service stations.

“At Vivo Energy we understand that customers are looking for more than just a fill-up when they drive to the Shell forecourts and it’s not just about the quality fuels and lubricants sold to the customers, but about delivering a complete service station experience,” said David Mureithi,  Executive Vice President East & South Region for Vivo Energy Group.

Vivo Energy aims to become more accessible to more customers and keep up with Uganda’s growing economy.

“The growth in the country's middle class, and the ongoing infrastructure development, are expected to drive demand for vehicles and machinery, as well as well-stocked retail shops and food courts,” said Gilbert Assi, Vivo Energy Uganda’s Managing Director.

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