Puma Energy Ghana has opened a new retail service station at Odorkor in the national capital, Accra.
The branch is an addition to the multinational oil marketing company’s expansive nationwide rollout.
It is the third in recent times after Pantang and Westland were also officially opened to the public.
The Odorkor station like the others provides first-class services that are unique to the Puma Energy DNA of Energising Communities.
Thursday’s opening drew a lot of interest from private and commercial drivers, who won branded giveaways and free fuel.
Executives say the Odorkor station is strategic as it sits in the heart of commercial activity, making it a useful source of products and services, particularly to commercial drivers.
Kofi Marfo, a Trotro driver, said he was looking forward to Puma Energy’s award-winning services.
“I ply the Odorkor-Kaneshie route. This is good for us because it is located in a very good place. We can easily get fuel when we want and this, for me, is a good thing.”
Started in 2016, Puma Energy Ghana continues to energize communities in a way that has seen the brand grow to become one of the reputable OMCs, delivering world-class services to its growing customer base.
Available in Ghana across over 80 sites, Puma Energy Ghana is part of a global oil and gas conglomerate operating in some 47 countries.