Thursday, June 1, 2023

Glow Petroleum targets Zambian market

Tinaani Nyabereka

Gweru- Glow Petroleum Company is set to expand its business influence across the Zambezi next year as the energy company is expected to officially open three service stations in Livingstone (1) and Lusaka (2), Zambia.
Confirming the development this week, during the official opening of the Glow Petroleum Gweru branch which was constructed in partnership with the Roman Catholic Church Gweru Diocese, Glow Managing Director Aaron Chinhara said the company was already setting its footprints across the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region.
“Glow petroleum is a 100 percent indigenous energy company and is a family business. So our dream is to expand the company into the Southern African Development Committee region for the benefit of the community and region.
“Come next year, plans are in place to reach out to Zambia and work in the energy sector. We intend to have one filling station in Livingstone and two in Lusaka. We are already working on the modalities to acquire the land needed for these projects.
“The whole business essence is not anchored on money but on the population, we strive to provide services to the people,” said Chinhara.
He added that as a company they were going to stick to the country’s energy regulatory statutes.
“We understand that Zambia has its own fuel pricing which might be different from Zimbabwe but we say each environment has its own business policies and it is key to always adhere to them.
“We are ready and prepared to work with the government and follow all their regulations. Remember its all about giving back to the community,” he added.

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