Pacific Energy opens first full service station in Fiji


After a two-year project that cost nearly two million dollars, the fuel delivery brand has set up its first branded location to provide drivers with fuel and convenience solutions.

Pacific Energy has opened its first full-fledged service station in Fiji that offers customers on-the-road fuel and convenience solutions. The new site is located on the Kings Highway in Waimicia and was completed after two years due to multiple setbacks and delays from the recent Covid-19 crisis.

A total investment of $2 million was required to complete the project, which the company carried out alongside partner George Shiu Raj, according to a report by local news site The Fiji Times. During the opening ceremony, he thanked the area chiefs for leasing the land to him to build the new fuel sales site.

“Congratulations to George Shiu Raj and the management of One Stop Fuel for their perseverance and determination to continue building the site despite the challenges with Covid and cement shortages, we are here to be able to open the service station today’ today,” said Nemani Kobiti, director of sales and marketing at Pacific Energy.

The service station has been equipped with eight fuel pumps, an LPG pump, a grease station and a tire center to expand its offer to drivers. It also has a mini-supermarket to provide its customers with a wide range of convenience solutions throughout their journey.

Pacific Energy also recently announced a special discount for fuel services. Anyone in Fiji wishing to refuel at one of the brand’s stations will receive a discount of 3 cents per liter filled at the site.

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