Total Uganda has expanded its retail distribution network further, by opening a new fuel service station in Najjera, Kampala.
Total Najjera, the new station, brings to 119 the number of Total service stations across the country.
Total Uganda Managing Director, Mr. Imrane Barry, said the expansion drive is in line with the company’s business strategy to take services closer to its customers.
“Najjera is a residential area for Kampala’s growing middle class who need world class services and exceptional customer care that Total Uganda has come to offer,” Mr. Barry said.
The station will have a full range of services such as shop with restaurant, food court area, salon, car wash, service bay, all forms of payment services such as Mobile/Airtel money, Payway, among others.
“We have adopted a new corporate identity for all our stations which is in line with our commitment to reinvent and refresh ourselves with better and more innovative services for our customers,” he said. “This fuel station is designed to conform to our new look and feel.”
Earlier this year, Total Uganda adopted a fresher outlook that resonates with the brand’s new marketing mantra “energizing your life”.
Mr. Barry revealed that several stations in Kampala including; Total Kibuli, Total Wampewo, and Ntinda have already adopted a new look and it is to spread to the stations countrywide.
Mr. Barry said Total Uganda remains committed to be the preferred choice for high quality petroleum products and services anchored on a dynamic and diverse human capital; delivering sustainable value and relationships.