As part of its corporate responsibilities, GOIL has presented gifts to some of its customers to build a long-standing relationship with them.
At a presentation ceremony at the Asafo Bus Terminal in Kumasi, a Marketing Executive of the Middle Belt Zonal Office of GOIL, Margaret Ennin, presented a number of GOIL T-shirts and hampers to the Takoradi-Elubo branch executive officers of the VVIP Transport.
She said transport unions were part of the cherished customers of the fuel company and that GOIL would not hesitate to reward them for patronising its services.
She assured members of the various GOIL fuel stations on the Takoradi road that GOIL would continue to deliver the required quantity and quality services to its customers.
The Kumasi GOIL Zonal Manager of the Middle Belt, Mr Marcus Deo Dake, explained that as part of its strategies for 2014, GOIL had gone through rebranding to improve its services to “royal customers.”
He said additives like “Super XP and Diesel XP” had been added to the normal Super and Diesel to improve the performance of engines.
He further called on customers, particularly members of the various transport unions, to patronise GOIL services and use its retail outlets.
A similar presentation ceremony was also held on the premises of the Obuasi branch of the Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) of the Trades Union Congress (TUC).
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