This forms part of the company’s strategy to develop its operations in the oil marketing industry and the outlet, located at Ekon Brafoyaw is the first in the metropolis and second in the Central Region.
The company which received its license in January 2015 from the National Petroleum Authority has more than 25 fuel and liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) stations, across the country.
Mr Baffour Osei Yamoah, Managing Director of Gaso Petroleum, speaking on behalf of the Board chairman, said it is the vision of the company to establish at least two service stations in each region of the country.
He said this would help create more jobs for the teaming unemployed youth to contribute to the socio-economic development of their communities.
Mr Yamoah said company believes in offering excellent services and quality product to consumers of petroleum products in the country and assured customers in the metropolis of quality services and value for money.
He said the outlet in Cape Coast would not only sell petroleum products but operate a mart shop, a lube bay for vehicle servicing and oil changing as well as other services.
“Gaso Petroleum is committed to doing business in an environmentally friendly and socially responsible manner whilst supporting the communities in which we operate. We have come to partner this community in its developmental agenda”, he said.