Goil entreats Ghanaians to cherish its brand

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Mr. Alexander Adzew, the Chief Operating Officer of the Goil Company Limited has called on Ghanaians to continue to support the brand to ensure maximum benefits for the country’s growth and development.

“We all know that GOIL is wholly Ghanaian owned, SSNIT, BOST, and Government of Ghana have shares and therefore buying from our range of products is investing in local economic growth and development.

We don’t repatriate revenues to any other country and thus don’t contribute to dollar hikes and cedi destabilization…our monies are here to enhance national development”, the CEO said during the “Goil Bu Ghum” reward ceremony in Takoradi in the Western Region.

He said the Ghanaian brand and a leading player among Oil Marketing Companies,(OMC) in the country has “trusted and good energy” for consumers to protect and safeguard equipment in the automobile industry.

We have passed the Ghana Standards Authority’s specifications and continue to do more for our clients: our diesel is 10 pass per One million against the 50 pass per one million, while our petrol is 95 inches higher above industry expectations.

Mr Adzew said despite business challenges, the company continued to adopt prudent and innovative channels to produce quality lubricant, diesel, marine gas oil and gas, and aviation fuel among others, “we are bent on sustaining our position as the number one brand among the OMC”.

Ms Baaba Daniels, the Western and Central Zonal Manager of the Company noted that the company deemed it right to appreciate drivers from the two Regions who had stood with the company especially in the turbulent business environment.

“You have been faithful as drivers, regardless of the price increase and competition, you have shown fate in us”, the manager added.

The drivers drawn from the various service stations of the company received refrigerators, flat-screen TVs, microwaves, rice cookers, fans among other brand accessories.

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