29 October 2013, Lagos – Techno Oil Limited has deployed automated pumping facilities in its 20 brand new mega stations strategically located in Lagos, Ibadan, Enugu, Onitsha and other cities as part of its renewed commitment to boost the supply of petroleum products across the country through improved service delivery.
Speaking at a ceremony in Lagos to inaugurate 20 brand new mega stations built by Techno Oil, the Managing Director of the company, Mr. Tony Onyeama, said the use of the automated pumping facilities, each dispensing more than three truckloads of products daily, would enhance speedy delivery of services to motorists.
Onyeama said the company built 20 additional filling stations nationwide to ensure availability of petroleum products in line with President Goodluck Jonathan’s transformation agenda.
“Our desire is to ensure that Nigerian motorists and households no longer spend time endlessly at filling stations in their bids to buy fuel, kerosene, diesel or other petroleum products.
The new filling stations are provided to make petroleum products available everywhere and every time at key cities in all the geo-political zones of the federation,” he said.
Onyeama restated that the company’s new retail outlets would go a long way to support the renewed drive of the federal government to transform the economy and engender economic growth.
“Our vision is to position Techno Oil to be the future of energy and to ensure that Nigerians no longer suffer to use energy resources that nature has so abundantly blessed them with,” he added.
He said the stations would also sell other ranges of products offered by Techno Oil, including lubricants, Techno gas (cooking gas), cylinders, Techno gas stoves and other accessories.
He assured the company’s customers that necessary safety measures had been put in place to ensure that the stations observed best practices and safety standards.
Onyeama also said the company would also take steps to ensure that issues of under dispensing of products were not experienced in the new stations, adding that the company held customer service in high premium.
– This Day