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More Shell in Swakop

A satisfied Peter Murungi with his hand on the pump, congratulates KeithWright and his family on the opening of the new Shell Riteway Service Station in Swakopmund. On the right is Anthony Ogalo, Vivo Energy Namibia’s Retail Manager.

Vivo Energy Namibia’s Supply & Marketing Manager, Peter Murungi, was a happy man when he extended the Vivo footprint by opening yet another Shell service station in Swakopmund last week.

Murungi, joined by the company’s Retail Manager, Anthony Ogalo, travelled to Swakop for the official opening of the new Riteway Service Station under the Shell brand. The service station belongs to Keith Wright, who together with his family, plans to turn it into a premier service point for visitors entering and leaving Swakopmund.
Shell Riteway is strategically located at the entrance to Swakopmund from Windhoek next to the B2 highway. In addition to serving the community of Swakopmund, Shell Riteway will also serve visitors arriving and departing Swakopmund.
Drivers will be able to re-fill while also re-energising themselves at the convenience store. The service station offers Shell V-Power, Shell Diesel Extra and Shell Diesel 50; as well as Shell lubricants.
Murungi invited customers to test the Shell experience. “Vivo Energy Namibia is here to offer customers the very best of Shell products and services, including product quality, supply reliability, technical expertise and unmatched customer service.”
“In doing so, we are committed to achieve and maintain the highest health, safety, security and environment standards and to deliver Shell’s high quality fuels and lubricants in an environmentally and socially responsible manner,” he said.
The opening of Shell Riteway takes the number of Shell service stations to 43 of which four are in Swakopmund.

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