State petroleum firm, Petrotrade, is set to construct at least eight more service stations across Zimbabwe in the next two years.
Speaking on the side-lines of the organisation’s ISO 9001:2015 certification ceremony Petrotrade acting chief executive officer Godfrey Ncube said they are almost done constructing service stations in some areas. Said Ncube:
We have four sites that are ongoing at the moment which are at different stages of completion we have got one site in Mabvuku, Warren Park, Bindura and Masvingo. The one in Mabvuku is about 80 percent complete but the others are between 45 and 30 percent completion. Our aim is to develop four service stations per year we have got environmental impact assessment certificates for other four service stations that we are ear marking to start in 2019 of course we have got Epworth which is almost done what is left is just to start, we have got one in Chinhoyi, Norton and Mandamabwe we are earmarking those ones for the next phase once we are done with the first four.
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