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First service station for Lafrenz

First service station for Lafrenz

Windhoek – Vivo Energy Namibia upped the ante for petroleum players when it became the first oil company to open a service station in Windhoek’s Lafrenz industrial area. The official opening took place earlier this week.
Vivo Energy is the African company that markets and distributes Shell products downstream.
Lafrenz Shell is situated in Lafrenz close to the B1 bypass and is meant to serve the community in that area as well as travelling motorists.
In a statement released after the opening, Vivo Energy said Lafrenz Shell service station will allow drivers to refill while also re-energizing themselves at the convenience store. The service station offers Shell V-Power, Shell Diesel Extra, Shell Diesel Extra 50 as well as Shell lubricants.
“The service station also has Chicken Inn and Pizza Inn quick service restaurants for the convenience of customers. These two food offerings are a result of an agreement between Vivo Energy and Innscor. Innscor is well-known as a high quality quick service restaurant brands.”
Vivo Energy Namibia Managing Director Johan Grobbelaar said the opening of Shell Lafrenz is a re-affirmation of Vivo Energy Namibia’s commitment to expand its presence in Namibia. “We are confident that we have the best products to offer Namibians and are excited to open more retail sites so that any motorist will always have access to a Shell service station.”
Like all Shell service stations with convenience stores, Shell Lafrenz adheres to Vivo Energy’s strict health and safety guidelines.

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