Vivo Energy Kenya, the company that distributes and markets Shell-branded fuels and lubricants has today launched a convenience retailing offer at Shell Lavington service station. Convenience Retailing (CR) is a key growth pillar for Vivo Energy Kenya. With a focus on the growing number of consumers in Kenya, who have an affinity for quality brands, Vivo Energy Kenya has expanded its CR footprint at a Shell station in Nairobi’s Lavington area to meet their needs.
Apart from a fully-fledged service station, the location will house several reputable entities including an NIC Bank branch, Java House, KFC, White Rose drycleaners, Safedose pharmacy, and a welcome shop, providing both motorists and shoppers the opportunity to experience all around quality services at the service station.
Speaking at the launch event, Vivo Energy Kenya Managing Director, Joe Muganda said that the company is always looking to implement new avenues to ensure our customers’ convenience is addressed, whenever they visit Shell service stations.
“We are excited by this opportunity to open this new location in Nairobi together with several of our convenience retailing partners,” Muganda commented.
“The availability of several complementary functions including restaurants, banking facilities, a pharmacy, drycleaner and convenience store at this outlet provides a holistic and improved customer experience. The establishment is a prime example of like-minded companies coming together with the primary objective of providing customer-centric solutions for their customers,” he said.
“This location will service customers in the Lavington area and the larger Westlands environs ensuring our customers have continued value propositions and offerings,” Muganda added.
Vivo Energy, was established in 2011 with a vision to become Africa’s most respected energy business. Today, the company operates and markets its products in countries across North, West, East and Southern Africa.