Oryx energies eyes expanding distribution network

DAR ES SALAAM: THE Oryx Energies Tanzania plans to further expand its distribution network countrywide as it strengthens its presence in the competitive energies market.

Chief Executive Officer of the Oryx Energies Tanzania, Mr Kalpesh Mehta, stated this today when handed over air tickets to winners of the company’s promotion competition.

“In ensuring products and services availability to consumers countrywide, we keep improving our distribution channels through Company Own Shops (CODOs), Distributors and Retail stations,” Mr Mehta stated.

He said the competition, which was conducted between January and December 2023 was meant to promote business partners.

It also meant to award the best sales performance of Oryx Energies branded lubricants, he said as he announced Arusha-based Mbise Oil Shop as the best winner among CODO Shops and Lwimba Investment Company Ltd based in Dar es salaam being the best winner among distributors.

Today marks the handover of the tickets to the winners, whereby each winner has got an all-expenses paid return ticket for two people travelling to Dubai.

“We look forward to our next promotion competition which will be announced soon and will be more exciting,” he said.

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Oryx Energies is one of the largest and longest-established independent providers of energy and services in Africa. Oryx Energies supplies, storing and distributes energy products needed by consumers and businesses including fuels, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and lubricants, and also offers a specialised bunkering service.

Oryx Energies is the leading supplier of Fuels and Lubricants in Mines, B2B businesses (transport, industries, agriculture and construction) , Government Agencies and maritime operations.

The company owns shops countrywide which provide services, guaranteeing availability of products and services to the consumers.

Speaking on behalf of the winners, Ms Vaileth Cilwimba from the Lwimba Investment Company said the competition was tough.

“To us, this is a catalyst for us to do better in selling the Oryx products including lubricants,” she said.

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