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  • Engen launches Sub-Saharan African supply corridor
    édité le 15/09/2015 - Plus de news de "Engen" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "Engen"

Engen launches Sub-Saharan African supply corridor
Engen, a leading African energy multinational, has significantly increased its supply capacity to southern African countries with the launch of Beira Terminal in Mozambique. The new terminal is aimed at strategically boosting security of supply and strengthening the supply chain in the region.

An official launch was held on September 4th attended by the Governor of Sofala’s representative, Mr Ricardo Nhacuongue (permanent secretary); the Mayor of Beira’s representative, Mr Jose Manuel Moises (Institutional Councillor) and dignitaries from Sofala Province and the oil industry.

The 24 000m³ Beira Terminal will supply petrol, diesel and lubricants to the main hubs in Mozambique, as well as to other countries in Southern African where Engen has operations, including Zimbabwe.

“We’ve tested railway capabilities from Beira to Bulawayo in Zimbabwe and to Francistown in Botswana, which was very successful. In essence this means that we can take some pressure off of our Durban Refinery and supply Botswana and Zimbabwe directly from our new depot,” says Drikus Kotze, General Manager of Engen’s International Business Division.

About Engen

Engen in South Africa focuses on the downstream refined petroleum products market and related businesses. The company's core functions are the refining of crude oil, the marketing of our primary refined petroleum products and the provision of convenience services via our extensive retail network.

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