Romania: KMGI continued extension of its fuel network in the Black Sea region, SEE Energy News
In the first four months of the year KMG International Group, which owns Romanian largest oil refiner Rompetrol Rafinare, continued to expand its retail operations in the Black Sea region.
The group has opened 12 new petrol stations in Romania, Bulgaria, and Georgia, and plans to complete 19 new stations in the next two months. Rompetrol Downstream, the retail division in Romania, has expanded its fuel distribution network with seven new stations, and two new liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) sale points.
Chief Marketing & Retail Officer of KMG International Vlad Rusnac said that during this difficult period, the company managed to protect its employees and customers, as well as to continue its investments and the creation of new jobs and new sources of financing for local and central budgets.
In the next two months, the KMGI will open another 19 petrol station within its network, of which 11 in Romania and the others in Bulgaria (1), Georgia (4,) and Moldova (3).
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