25 September 2018, Sweetcrude, Lagos — As part of efforts to satisfy customers’ need in all the nook and crannies in the country, Hyde Energy Limited, a global oil and commodities trading company and producer of premium lubricants in Nigeria, has launched a new retail station in Egbeda, Lagos.
This station, the sixth of the company, is in line with the company’s vision to be one of the top five most respected brands in petroleum products trading and delivery in Nigeria.
Equipped with innovative technology, the station is designed to satisfy consumers through product and service delivery. It will run for 18 hours daily dispensing petrol, diesel, and kerosene.
Also available for purchase at the station is Hyde Energy’s range of automotive lubricants with various options from synthetic, multi-grade, monograde, specialty oils for tailor-made applications and all types of greases.
CEO of Hyde Limited, Mr. Oladimeji Edwards, stated that the new station is inspired by the Company’s commitment to providing efficient fueling solutions for customers.
“The launch of this station in Egbeda comes as part of our efforts to bring energy closer to our customers. We remain committed to maintaining exceptionally high standards in our product and service offerings and we are certain that our customers will get the best experience at our stations.”
“Quality and excellence define our services and we deliver on our promise through exceptional business management. Our customers are assured of high-quality products at the right pump price and quantity at our stations”. Mr. Edwards added.
On his part, the Head of Retail & Commercial Sales at Hyde Limited, Mr. Sani Usman said, “This new station is a step further in the expansion of our retail fuel business. Hyde sources the highest quality products from highly reputable companies which are stored in own and 3rd -party terminals for onward distribution to Hyde Outlets under strict quality control processes and procedures. We plan to expand our retail footprints across the country with the next area of entry being the South-East geopolitical zone of the country. By the end of 2018, we would have increased the number of our retail outlets to 10”.