Vivo Energy Morocco, the company in charge of the distribution and marketing of Shell brand fuels and lubricants in Morocco and Butagaz brand liquefied petroleum gas, inaugurated four Shell service stations, in Khouribga, Benslimane, Tit Mellil and Marrakech bringing its network to 355 stations. These new stations, the result of an ambitious investment plan, strengthen the presence of the Shell network in Morocco to increase proximity to its customers. They have a full offer, including catering and leisure areas, as well as service bays offering offers in emptying, fast mechanics, washing and tires.
“Vivo Energy Morocco is continuing its development strategy to expand its network and support national development, by implementing an ambitious plan to open stations. Our company thus aims to strengthen proximity with our customers while remaining pioneering and innovative in the way of satisfying them”, declared George Roberts, Managing Director of Vivo Energy Morocco.
These petrol stations are first thought of as places to live. They all have catering and leisure areas and are supplemented by service bays on areas varying between 3,000 and 10,000 m².
“Our range of services and new products is constantly expanding to offer the essentials that our customers need on our sites, constantly adapting to their needs. Significant efforts and investments have also been made in the training and support of our human resources to offer an unparalleled quality of service,” said Mehdi Abaghad, Network Director of Vivo Energy Morocco.
After the creation of Sopétrole, the fruit of a partnership with Myher Holding, in order to accelerate the deployment of its distribution activities in the Provinces of Southern Morocco, Vivo Energy Morocco continues its investment policy in the Kingdom, while ensuring keep the customer experience and its improvement at the heart of its differentiation strategy. Vivo Energy’s ambition is to become the most respected energy company in Africa while meeting the most demanding international quality standards.