Breezer International launches two new Petroleum Products
Accra, Jan 29, GNA-Breezer International, a service company in the petroleum downstream sector, has introduced two new petroleum products on to the Ghanaian market.
The new products, Power Super and Power Diesel would enhance the efficiency and performance of vehicle engines and also help improve optimum performance of vehicles.
It also allows motorists to cover more distance per litre and enjoy longer, effective use of their vehicle engines.
Speaking at the launch in Accra, Ms Alpha Welbeck, Senior Manager Pricing, National Petroleum Authority, lauded the cooperation among the twelve local oil marketing companies to introduce a brand that would help motorists.
The introduction of the products was as a result of the partnership between Agapet, Sky Petroleum, Nasona Oil, Dukes Petroleum and Glory Oil.
Others are Galaxy Oil, Petrobay, Modex, Havilah, Union Oil, Universal Oil and Frimps Oil.
The collaboration, she said, was consistent with the deregulation of the petroleum downstream sector, which had helped free government resources for other productive and social interventions.
Besides, deregulation had changed the dynamics in market pricing and promoted efficient use of petroleum products and thereby a reduction in the oil imports bill.
“The NPA will not hesitate to apply sanctions when the product quality is breached,” she warned and asked the companies to ensure that the products were available for consumers.
Mr Louise Josiah, Executive Chairman, Breezer International, said the quality of the two products was not in doubt due to the introduction of specially formulated additives, which cleans the engine and had less foaming ability than other products currently on the market.
“Even with the many benefits provided by the use of Power Super and Power Diesel, the two products are nevertheless sold at the same price as regular gasoline and gasoil, ensuring that users get more value for money than ever before.”
The introduction of the two innovative products onto the Ghanaian market he said was in response to changing market needs.
“ Individuals, enterprises and institution alike are increasingly requiring more value from their machinery, be it vehicles or equipment, and require high quality and superior performance fuels to achieve that purpose. This has been made more imperative by the rising running and replacement costs of vehicles and other machinery,” he said