Accra, May 13, GNA – Vivo Energy Ghana, the company that distributes and markets Shell branded fuels and lubricants, has rewarded its retailers, quality marshals and a territory manager at a ceremony held in Koforidua in the Eastern Region.
A statement issued in Accra by Mrs Shirley Tony Kum, the Corporate Communications Manager and copied to the Ghana News Agency in Accra, said the event brought together Vivo Energy Ghana’s service station retailers across the country to review the 2014 performance.
It said it was to also share the business focus for 2015, as well as recognise distinguished and hardworking retailers during an awards presentation.
Mr Godson Agbeshie Desewu, a retailer for the Takoradi Anaji Service Station, was crowned the Retailer of the Year 2014; while the Gold Retailer Awards went to Theophilus Aboagye of Takoradi Highway and Peter Bota of Tarkwa service stations.
Mr Jonas Quaye also won the Territory Manager of the year.
Mr Kwame Ackah, Vivo Energy Ghana’s Retail Manager, speaking on the theme: ‘Delivering beyond the limits – action now,’ challenged retailers to work harder to achieve and exceed their sales and customer service targets.
‘By so doing we can grow, remain in business, and maintain our number one position in the industry,’ he said.
Mr Ebenezer Faulkner, the Managing Director of Vivo Energy Ghana, commended the retailers for their commitment to business growth and excellent customer service at their forecourts, which had culminated into making the company, the market leader in fuels and differentiated fuels in Ghana.
He reiterated the company’s commitment to fuelling Ghana’s growth and bringing the Shell brand’s unique combination of quality, technology and efficiency to the broad base of retailers across Ghana.
‘We will continue to work with our retailers to help them benefit from the strength and reputation of the Shell brand by using the full range of traditional, digital and social media to fully optimise marketing opportunities for Shell’s product and services,’ Mr Faulkner said.
On safety, he said the company is committed to achieve and maintaining the highest level of Health, Safety, Security and Environment standards across its operations.
He, therefore, tasked retailers to identify and report all potential incidents at their service stations so that necessary corrective measures could be put in place.
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