Santol Energy, one of the fastest growing indigenous oil companies in the downstream sector, has opened its newest branch at Weija, in the Greater Accra Region, in line with its drive to delivering best-in-class services, offering affordable and clean fuel to the local market and beyond.
The opening of the Weija branch brings the total number of branches of Santol Energy to 16, spread across the country.
This includes, Weija-Accra, Tema Community 4, Gomoa Mpota, Anaji, Wassa Akropong, Abofour – Offinso, Techiman – Kenten, Wa, Tuna, Dungu-Tamale, Kumbungu, Navrongo and many others at various stages of completion.
Notwithstanding the advent of COVID-19 pandemic which has generally led to reduction in sales due to less movement of people within the downstream oil sector, Santol Energy continues to invest more to beat the expectation of its growing clientele.
It, for instance, embarked on a public health campaign to give away free hand sanitisers to drivers and passengers as part of its corporate drive to support the wellbeing of customers and the general public, amidst the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
Additionally, the company also announced massive reduction in prices of products at all fuel stations across the country, in proportion to the drop in global crude prices, as part of wide-reaching measures to help contain and stop the spread of COVID-19.
It reckoned that service delivery has *been* better in the face of the COVID 19 pandemic.
“Hygiene and COVID-19 protocols have enhanced our customer service with our attendants giving out sanitizers and nose mask to customers and encouraging hand washing at the station and as well as in other Santol Energy retail outlets,” Marketing Manager, Mr. Michael Issifu Wepeba intimated.
The company recently received its ISO certification, which is a testimony of its safeness and reliability for business, productiveness and consumer satisfaction.
Santol urged customers and Ghanaians to expect affordable, clean fuel and friendly services.