Engen Brand Officially Launched
12 December 2011 - Le Matinal
Engen has officially launched its operations in Mauritius on Thursday during a party at the Sugar Beach Hotel.
The oil operator in South Africa brought together various stakeholders, including managers of service stations. The event was attended by Jim Seetaram Affairs Minister, enterprise and cooperatives, and Mike Cook, International Business Director of Retail Service Engen.
The latter recalled the objectives of the commitment of Engen in Mauritius, following an expansion strategy in ten years will bring oil giant to become a "champion" across Africa. He announced that commissioning in Engen service stations, the 'quikshops' (corner convenience store and bakery) modeled on South Africa in 2012. A 'flagship service station' will also open its doors to Bagatelle Shopping Mall next year.
By consenting for 2011, an investment of Rs 200 million for the deployment of its teaching and enhancement of its service stations, the Engen oil giant is on track to achieve its commitment to Maurice: support private investment and provide high quality services tailored to a socio-economic environment is constantly changing.
Since its establishment in Mauritius in February, the energy distributor Oil has been working to deploy in less than three months, the company that bears his exclusive offer to sell through the existing 28 stations in its network.