The board also used the opportunity to unveil plans to further expand its scope nationwide.
Reacting, shareholders at the meeting unanimously recognised the efforts of the company at ensuring that it remained in business despite the fact that the company with its capacity and market share is under utilised by government in the fuel importation regime.
Chairman of the company,
He said over the years the company has built leadership in the sector, owing to sustained investments, and a strong asset base across the country, including three first class fuel storage facilities, three lubricants blending plants, five LPG filling centres and more than 550 services stations nationwide.
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