Neste Oil Revamps Russian Petrol Station Network
Neste Oil said Monday that it had begun a program to revamp and modernize its petrol station network across northwestern Russia in a bid to reinforce drivers' impressions of the company as a "quality service station provider".
Neste said it had already revamped an initial service station in St. Petersburg which was reopened earlier today. The company did not disclose the financial costs of the revamp.
"Top quality, safety and environmental responsibility are central goals for us in all aspects of our operations,"
Neste Oil said it plans to overhaul its entire service station network in Russia which presently consists of 56 outlets employing around 850 staff. Neste St. Petersburg is one of the region's leading service station providers.
The company's service station network extends from Novgorod in the south to the Russian-Finnish border in the north.
Neste Oil opened its first service station in the Baltic countries in the 1990s and its first station in Russia, in St. Petersburg, in 1991.
The company's operations span refining and marketing with a focus on low-emission, high-quality traffic fuels. Neste Oil reported net sales of EUR11.9 billion in 2010.
Author: Mike King, analyst.
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