*Targets 24-hours service system
Lagos — Enyo Retail and Supply, an indigenous oil and gas company has initiated the establishment of a Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths, STEM centre for children.
A statement by its Chief Executive Officer of Enyo, Abayomi Awobokun indicated that technological innovation is the major differentiator that Enyo is striving on.
According to him, the centre is conducive for learning about robotics, 3D printing, everyday technology, solar energy, and its uses.
He added that its smart stations scattered across the country is geared towards customer satisfaction.
“We see already existing downstream stations slipping into becoming too comfortable and forgetting to come up with new ideas. We are not here to just sell petroleum products to our customers, we are conscious of customers’ satisfaction, and to this effect, we are investing in smart stations.” He said.
Other than fuel retailing which is the company’s mainstay, the firm has introduced value-added products at its stations such as the ‘Reelax’ – Enyo’s bespoke convenience store where customers can shop as they refill.
In a move to address the peculiarities of consumers in the downstream sector, Enyo has initiated a mobile-enabled diesel request and delivery service called Diesel2Door. This service was established to deliver seamless requests and delivery of diesel within 24 hours across the country.
Enyo’s CEO says he foresees the company providing a 24-hour service in the near future with a combination of pumps such that consumers can either serve themselves or be served by attendants.