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25-Feb-2015  
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Mr. Adanu (left) gives a helping hand during the commissioning of the Amasaman Gas station
 
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With over twenty seven fuel stations spread across the ten regions in Ghana, Grace Petroleum Company Limited, has gradually been established as a leading Ghanaian-owned oil marketing firm aimed at offering high quality petroleum products to customers.  

The company is also aiming at announcing their presence at every district across the country. This vision was made known when the General Manager, Mr. John Kwabena Adanu, led a delegation to commission a new fuel station at Amasaman.

In an interview with Peacefmonline.com, Mr. Adanu stated that Grace Petroleum Company Limited seeks to professionally serve the public without any compromise in quality.

We have a strategic intent of being in every region across the country by providing optimum quality fuel with values for our cherished customers”, he said.

To be able to achieve this feat of spreading their tentacles across Ghana, the General Manager noted that Grace Petroleum would be partnering dealers who want to go into oil business but don’t have the technical knowhow.


According to him, interested dealers could come to them for assistance in building gas stations and after the edifice has been put up, Grace would also ensure competent people are put in place to run the business.

“We used the strategy to build the Grace Petroleum edifice we are commissioning today at Amasaman”, Mr. Adanu added.

He went on to state that they(GPCL) intend to provide the disciplined youth job opportunities as they open more branches across the country.  

Aside this Grace Petroleum is noted for performing Cooperate Social Responsibilities in every place they find themselves. Mr. John Kwabena Adanu explained that the company has always been assisting the needy with gift items and played a key role in providing electricity within the Haatso area, where their head office is stationed.

 






























 
 
Source: Chris Joe Quaicoe/ email:[email protected]
 
 

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