So Energy Limited, a subsidiary of Sahara Group in Ghana, has rewarded its loyal customers for making it Ghanaians’ preferred choice for fuel solutions.
It reiterated its commitment to giving more people access to top-notch customer experience through strategic retail expansion and exceptional fuel solutions.
Speaking during the company’s Customer Appreciation event at some of its stations in Accra, Managing Director, So Energy, Yvette Selormey, said the firm was delighted at being the preferred choice of Ghanaians for fuel solutions.
Selormey said So Energy was currently planning to establish more outlets to meet growing demand across Ghana.
So Energy currently has 12 branded retail outlets across Ghana, with spacious service points, modern supermarkets, transparent product dispensing, and maintenance advisory services.
“Every day we receive heart-warming feedback from existing and new customers who gladly drive extra miles to get their petrol and lubes from So Energy stations. Their testimonies always highlight the quality of our products and excellent service experience as factors driving their patronage. We will continue to celebrate our customers for the opportunity to serve and give the good people of Ghana more stations to enjoy what we call the ‘So much more experience’,” she said.
Selormey led other members of the senior management staff and employees of So Energy to serve customers at the company’s Ringroad, Alajo and Adabraka outlets in Accra. The team gave out branded t-shirts, dusters, key chains, food packs, cakes, and chocolates, among others.
“We have received important first-hand feedback from our customers which will further drive our unwavering quest for exceeding the expectations of our customers. We are driven to do even much more as the feedback has been a resounding commendation and endorsement of So Energy’s operations. I also want to applaud the team for their dedication to making a difference,” she added.
The company has been operating in Ghana’s downstream sector since 2005.
Recently, the company provided solar powered street bulbs to the 37 Military Hospital, Accra, in line with its commitment to promoting clean energy and environmental sustainability in Ghana.
The donations were made to the hospital’s maternity ward, motor transport yard and quarter master yard.