Fatgbems Petroleum Company Limited has commissioned a mega retail station in Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State, restating its commitment to building a lasting identity and providing customers with real experience at every touch point.
Speaking at the commissioning, chairman of Fatgbems Group, Mr Kabir Gbemisola, said that in 2017, the company unveiled its new brand identity at its Berger service station, adding that since then, the number of stations re-branded between Lagos and Ogun states had grown to 11.
According to him, the retail outlet, which carries seven pumps of 14 nozzles, is designed to give customers speedy re-fuelling of five minutes turn-out time with the latest automation system to ensure that customers get value for their money.
It also warehouses a modern office complex that will provide different services ranging from tyre sales, auto care, restaurant and supermarket, to offer a one-stop quality experience to customers.
Mr Gbemisola further disclosed that the new brand identity was not a change of direction, but a restatement of our values and commitment to customers as the drivers of the business.
In his words, “We will continue to challenge the norms through our innovative and technology-driven idea, to deliver quality service to stakeholders.”
He added that the company would continue to uphold the core values of customer service, leadership, integrity, innovation, health and safety as well as environmental responsibility in it day-to-day operational activities.
Ogun State Governor Dapo Abiodun pledged continued support to businesses and to provide enabling environment to help them thrive.
Represented by his Chief of Staff, Alhaji Shuaib Salis, the governor commended the management of Fatgbemsfor creating job opportunity for Ogun indigenes and Nigerians at large.