Total Cambodge celebrated the grand opening of four service stations in Cambodia’s capital city Phnom Penh in late August. These stations are strategically located in or around Chroy Changvar, Chamkar Doung, Toul Svay Prey and Boeung Trabek areas, which are all in major thoroughfares.
The opening of these four new services stations coincides with a company milestone.
“To mark our great 25 years of operations in Cambodia, we are celebrating the grand opening of four new service stations in one day,” said Asif Iqbal, managing director of Total Cambodge.
“By opening these stations, we bow to the demand of our customers, who are always asking for more Total stations closer to their residences and workplaces. Total is speeding up its development program and soon we will be able to serve more customers in smaller cities as well.”
Total Cambodge has been officially operating in Cambodia since 1993, although the company has had a presence in the country for more than 70 years. Currently, Total has more than 40 service stations, with more than 12 convenience stores, industrial fuels, aviation fuels, lubricants and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).