The Chief Executive Officer of Vivo Energy Group, Mr. Christian Chammas has cut the sod for the expansion of the Airport Shell Service Station located in Accra.

Mr. Christian Chammas
Mr. Christian Chammas

The ceremony was held during his two-day visit to the country.

The Airport Shell Service Station, Ghana?s most popular and busiest fuel station, is noted for its excellent customer service.When the expansion is complete itwill have a quick service restaurant; an extended forecourt with 18 filling points; an ATM farm; a first class tyre service centre; an ultra-modern drive through washing bay; and specialised shops such as a pharmacy, gift shop, travel and tour operator (among others).

In his speech, Mr Chammas said the Accra Airport city was growing fast and as a company committed to the changing needs of its customers.

He also mentioned that Vivo Energy was expanding the Airport Shell Service Station to meet new trends and the growing demands of this dynamic community.

Mr Chammas said, they are investing in their most visited station, and upgrading it to meet world class standards and to offer our customers the best of fuels, services and convenience retailing.

?Our aim is to provide an exceptional retail experience at each and every one of our service stations, reaching more people with better products and services wherever we do business. We are investing substantially in making this ambition a reality by refurbishing existing service stations, building new (with shops) and improving operational excellence across all of our sites? Mr. Chammas noted.

He averred that Vivo Energy?s close relationship with Shell, one of the most widely recognized and respected brands in Africa, enables the company to access the Shell brand?s unique combination of quality, technology and efficiency for the broadest base of retail and commercial customers.

Mr. Chammas used the occasion to thank Ghanaians for showing consistent confidence in the services offered by the company and for selecting the Shell brand.

Source: spyGhana.com

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