Hollard Ghana collaborates with Vivo Energy on ‘Hollard-on-the-Go’

GHANA – Hollard Ghana has announced that it has, together with its subsidiaries Hollard Insurance and Hollard Life Assurance partnered with Vivo Energy to launch “Hollard-on-the-Go.

The partnership seeks to provide a one-stop-shop for insurance at selected Shell Shops across the country, starting with Adjiringanor, Airport City, Asokwa, Kasoa Amanfrom, Koforidua Highway, Kwadaso, Legon, Old Amakom, Tema Meridian, University of Ghana, and Western Bypass.

Group CEO, Hollard Ghana, madam Patience Akyianu, who presided over the launch, said the partnership would become the yardstick of innovation in the insurance and retail sectors.

She said partnerships were integral to the company’s purpose and ingrained in how they operate.

She said, “we are always seeking partnerships that deliver a triple win; a win for our customers, our partners and ourselves.”

She said each of the “Hollard-on-the-go” insurance booths would be manned by their business executives, who were well trained and well versed in their suite of products.

The Group CEO said customers, who visit were guaranteed professional service and the full range of their financial services.

“We will issue insurance policies and materials, receive customer premiums, make claims payments and take customer complaints,” he added.

She explained that for general insurance products, customers visiting selected Shell Shops could get Travel Insurance, Personal Accident, Home Contents and Motor Insurance.

Mr Ben Hassan Ouattara, the Managing Director of Vivo Energy Ghana, said the partnership was their commitment to being innovative in enhancing their facilities and adapting their retail offer to reflect the needs of their cherish customers.

He said the launch of the Hollard Insurance Service Point at Shell service stations would bring insurance solutions closer to customers.

 “We will continue to lead the market by being the first to introduce new products and services in the industry,” he said.

Mr Ouattara said all this is aimed at ensuring that they give their customers the best experience, when they visit Shell service stations.

“I strongly believe that this partnership is the beginning of a greater and long-lasting collaboration, which will yield positive results for our two giant companies in their respective industries,” he added.

Established since 2011, Vivo Energy is the company that distributes and markets Shell and Engen branded fuels and lubricant to retail and commercial customers in Africa.

The Group operates in 23 countries across North, West, East and Southern Africa and has a network of over 2,000 service stations.

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