Vivo widens net in Rehoboth
The B-One service station, which is located on the B1 highway where it passes through the town, offers fuel, lubricants, a convenience store, 24-hour express butchery, bakery and gourmet fast food. Vivo Energy Namibia said it manages a network of 34 strategically-located service stations around the country, and enjoys a market share of around 25%.
The new B-One service station will allow drivers to refill while also re-energising themselves at the convenience store. The service station sells fuels Shell V-Power, Shell Diesel Extra and Shell Diesel 50 as well as Shell lubricants.
Managing Director of Vivo Energy Namibia, Johan Grobbelaar reaffirmed Vivo Energy Namibia’s commitment to its customers at the official launch.
“Vivo Energy Namibia is committed to expanding our presence in Namibia and we are especially excited to be opening our third retail site in Rehoboth. [The town] is developing at an exponential rate and our focus is to make use of this growth and invest in the town.”
“The opening of this service station is part of an aggressive network roll-out that Vivo Energy Namibia has planned for the next five years,” he added.
Deputy Mayor of Rehoboth, Councillor Tiboth said, “Vivo Energy supplies a wide range of industry-leading oil products as well as innovative services to the various sectors of the country’s economy.I have personally experienced the steady growth of this company in recent years, driven by a clear strategic focus on operational excellence, successful logistical planning and a ‘no compromise’ attitude towards safety and environmental management.”
Vivo Energy’s Executive Vice President Bernard Le Goff also attended the event and reiterated the company’s commitment to growth.
“The opening of our third retail site in Rehoboth is proof of Vivo Energy’s commitment to bring high-quality fuels and lubricants and an exceptional retail experience to customers in Namibia.
The Namibian government has created a conducive environment for development and investment. We will continue to identify future opportunities in the country.” Le Goff said.