Breezer International, a Ghanaian owned value added service company in the petroleum downstream, has introduced two new products, Power Super and Power Diesel, to the motoring public in Ghana.
According to the management of the company, these are vastly improved fuel products that will enable motorists in Ghana to experience the optimum performance of their vehicles. It will also allow them to cover more distance per litre and enjoy longer, effective use of their vehicle engines.
Both products have enhanced qualities due to the introduction of specially formulated additives which produce a better quality fuel that cleans the engine and has less foaming than other products available on the Ghanaian market.
The introduction of these two innovative products onto the Ghanaian market is in response to changing market needs. Individuals, enterprises and institutions alike are increasing 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.
Speaking at the launch in Accra this morning, the Executive Chairman of Breezer International, Louis Josiah stressed that: “We will continue to add value to the petroleum downstream”.
He was happy to say that his company is poised to work with the 12 Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) sales and marketing teams to increase sale of the products.
Mr Josiah confidently stated that the company would continue to add value to the Ghanaian economy with this and other initiative(s).
He stated that, “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.”
Louis underscored the need for customers to prudently protect their investments, adding Power Super and Power Diesel have been introduced to do exactly that.
The Executive Chairman announced that plans were at foot to enter the West African sub-region with the two innovative products.
Both Power Super and Power Diesel can be purchased at selected fuel stations throughout the country, namely Agapet, Sky Petroleum, Nasona Oil, Dukes Petroleum and Glory Oil. The rest are Galaxy Oil, Petrobay, Modex, Havilah, Union Oil, Universal Oil and Frimps Oil, Mr Josiah disclosed.
These partner stations can be found all across the country. One simply has to look for the Power Super and Power Diesel logos – a red eagle head on a yellow background- when one goes to any of partner companies petrol stations, the Marketing and Operations Manager of Union Oil, Kissi Appiah added.
The company noted that: “Customers who wish to make bulk purchases, such as companies with fleets of vehicles, should talk to the staff of the Oil Marketing Company which is serving them presently, and the necessary arrangement will be put in place to make the new products available for use, in the requisite bulk quantities at no extra delivery cost”.
Touching on some of the benefits of the products, Mr Appiah that: “The products improve engine’s fuel economy, improve engine viability, reduce maintenance cost, and environmental friendly”.
A Senior Pricing Manager at the National Petroleum Authority (NPA), Mrs Alpha Welbeck who performed the launch commended the OMCs for coming together to market the products, saying “as a regulator we are happy to witness this partnership”.
She indicated that the introduction of the products is consistent with the regulations of the NPA, stressing that NPA’s core duty is to ensure that all the OMCs which will be selling the products maintain quality standards.
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