NIS as opened 27 petrol stations in Bosnia and Herzegovina under the GAZPROM brand

NIS (Naftna Indusrija Srbije), a Serbian subsidiary of Russia's Gazprom Neft, has opened 27 petrol stations in Bosnia and Herzegovina under the GAZPROM brand.Apart from Bosnia and Herzegovina, this large-scale network of premium GAZPROM petrol stations extends into Serbia,...

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NIS as opened 27 petrol stations in Bosnia and Herzegovina under the GAZPROM brand



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 25.07.2013

NIS (Naftna Indusrija Srbije), a Serbian subsidiary of Russia's Gazprom Neft, has opened 27 petrol stations in Bosnia and Herzegovina under the GAZPROM brand.
Apart from Bosnia and Herzegovina, this large-scale network of premium GAZPROM petrol stations extends into Serbia, Bulgaria, and Romania. By the end of 2015, more than 250 petrol stations will have been built in the Balkan, including 40 in Bosnia and Herzegovina where the GAZPROM network is expected to take a 15-percent share of the local retail fuel market.
The premium petrol stations under the GAZPROM brand will provide high-quality fuel and lubricants, as well as a wide range of non-fuel products. Each petrol station contains à shop, restaurant, and a café. Customers can also use wireless internet, a carwash and a children's playground.
"The petrol stations in Bosnia and Herzegovina are part of our continued work in developing a premium network of petrol stations in the Balkans. We opened our first petrol station under the GAZPROM brand six month ago and we are already seeing increased customer confidence in our brand. This brings us closer to our strategic goal - to become a leader in the Balkan retail car fuel market," said Anatoly Cherner, Deputy CEO for Logistics, Processing and Sales, Gazprom Neft. Gazprom


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