The opening expanded the company’s network in the Oshana area while providing fuel and convenience services as well as convenience solutions.
The National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (Namcor) has opened its second filling station in Ekuku-Oshakati, located in the Oshana region. Its opening along Ekuku and Ehneye Road brought the company’s total number of gas stations to nine.
“Namcor’s retail program aims to establish a sufficient network of profitable sites that will allow them to subsequently serve remote areas, such as regional capitals and rural areas, which do not have access to these services,” he said. said Davis Maphosa, Namcor’s director of sales and marketing. , in a statement released by local media New Era Live.
The new forecourt will meet customer refueling needs and offer a variety of fast food and drink options. Maphosa also said that although the company has built the facilities, they provide the public with the opportunity to operate them.
“The gas station is strategically located and will serve the entire community of Oshakati and travelers passing through the city,” said Oshakati Mayor Leonard Hango. According to the news site, the stations serve a community of 37,000 residents and Namcor aims to have 33 functional plots in the country over the next three years.
The governor of the Oshana region, Elia Irimari, said that this development will support socio-economic activities on the local and regional agenda. “Retail locations are one of the building blocks of creating meaningful shareholder value,” Maphosa added.