Oil marketing giant, Engen Ghana Limited (EGL) has launched its 25th anniversary celebration with a resolve to never compromise on service excellence, maintaining a clear focus on safety and sustainability whilst meeting the evolving needs and expectations of our customers without compromising on quality.
The company said the anniversary is a celebration of dynamism, resilience and sustainable growth over the last 25 years of its operations in Ghana.
EGL is a 100% subsidiary of Mocoh Ghana Limited focusing on the downstream refined petroleum products, markets and related businesses. The Mocoh Group, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, has been operating in Africa for 21 years and is actively involved in the trading, logistics and distribution of petroleum products across the continent.
Speaking at the launch, Managing Director of Engen Ghana, Brent Nartey said their Silver Jubilee is a celebration of their collective successes, indomitable, spirit and longevity.
“It is also a testament of their resolve to never compromise on service excellence, maintaining a clear focus on safety and sustainability whilst meeting the evolving needs and expectations of our customers without compromising on quality.”
Mr. Nartey said Engen Ghana which started operation in Ghana with just two service station now has 52 due to the spirit of resiliency that has held them together throughout the years.
“We remain focused on our vision to be the desired petroleum marketing company in Ghana. We are growing our network steadily and strategically, aiming to meet today’s business and consumer demands, but also ensuring that our investments meet the needs of the future,” he stressed.
Mr. Nartey said challenges facing Ghana’s energy industry are a reminder that to remain competitive, they need to be agile and adaptable.
As a corporate entity, he indicated that, they have supported children with cleft palate through their partnership with Operation Smile and the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation.
Also, the Engen Ghana MD said the company will increase the number of plastic recycling points at our service stations while encouraging our customers to deposit their used plastics in return for an incentive.
Mr. Nartey thanked the management and staff for the feat chalk in the last 25 years.
Chief Executive Officer of Mocoh, Guy Hacking was excited at the achievements of Engen Ghana in the last 25 years.
“Your constant focus on providing the best service and superior quality products to your customers and local communities is being lived through your daily interactions and was acknowledged recently, when you were awarded Emerging Brand of the Year at the Ghana Oil and Gas Awards” he stated.
Mr. Hacking charged the Engen Ghana team to focus on the challenges and opportunities in the next 25 years.
“We are strong, ambitious and united team, with a common mission to connect customers with the essential energy and resources they need to thrive,” he added.
Deputy Minister for Energy, Herbert Krapa, said Ghana’s petroleum story is not complete without Engen Ghana Limited.
He urged the Board, management and staff of Engen Ghana to proud of what they have all collectively achieved.
“Your next big milestone will be 50 years, and your achievements when you celebrate that Golden Jubilee would be bigger than what you have achieved in 25 years,” he said.