Speaking regarding their expansion Engen’s managing director, Mr Paul Muhato said it was a natural step in the company’s growth plan currently as they continue to look at strategic areas across the country for development and acquisition of retail stations to better serve the Tanzanian market.
“Currently we have 10 stations spread across Dar, Morogoro, Dodoma, Tanga, Moshi, Arusha and Mwanza regions – but this number is going to increase significantly over the next few years”, Said Mr. Muhato as he spoke during the official opening the Dodoma site.
“As we aim to keep the customer our first priority, you should expect at least 4 more stations in strategic locations by the end of the year as we reiterate the importance of having quality fuel and lubricants offered by our well-trained Customer Champion.”
He said that with a variety of payment options available alongside the Engen Fuel Card, customers will also enjoy the luxury of having amenities such as well-stocked shops, high quality restaurants, service bays, car wash facilities and other services, all under one roof.
Engen has been in Tanzania for the past 20 years making it one of the, established and innovative provider of premium quality petroleum products and well-established convenience stores.
As part of the strategic update the company continues assuring its diverse customer base in Tanzania with a stronger presence in the market in line with the economic growth that the country is experiencing starting with Dodoma, the now vibrant capital.
In Tanzania all Engen trademarks are used by Vivo Energy under licence from Engen Petroleum Limited. Engen is an oil company focusing on the downstream refined petroleum products market and related businesses.
It markets approximately 500 petrochemical products, many of which are manufactured in our three separate manufacturing plants.
It has offices in 7 countries across southern/central Africa and Mauritius. We have distributor agreements in a number of other countries in sub-Saharan as well. It is the second largest oil refinery in South Africa.