Ghana: Torrid Global Opens 1st Station At Lapaz

19 November 2021

Torrid Global Company Limited, a newly launched oil marketing company, has officially opened its first filling station in Lapaz to serve affordable and quality fuel to motorists plying the George Walker Bush Highway in Accra.

The modern service station is equipped with Island pumps, a convenience shop, vehicle servicing lubricant center and safety equipment.

The newest indigenous brand in the downstream petroleum sector is set to compete with both local and international fuel retail outlets by serving quality fuel and delivering unique customer service experience to Ghanaians.

Speaking at the opening event, the Executive Director of TORRID, Francis Kelvin Opei, said the aim of TORRID was to become the preferable fuel station in the country and the energy partner of choice for Ghanaians.

He noted that the brand plans to extend its services by opening about 20 service stations at strategic locations across the country to serve wider customer base by end of next year.

The Corporate Affairs Manager of TORRID, Ayla Tissot gave an assurance that the brand would provide the highest standard and quality fuel, offer the most competitive prices, exhibit the utmost respect for customers and contribute to the development of Lapaz.

She entreated Ghanaians, especially drivers, to spread the good news about the new station and its quality fuel.

In attendance at the ceremony were key stakeholders in the petroleum industry, media among others.

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