Total Petroleum Ghana rewards Dealers
Accra- Total Petroleum Ghana Limited, a locally listed oil marketing company has rewarded its Dealers and Frontline workers at the company’s eleventh Dealer Convention and Awards event in Koforidua.
A statement signed by Edna Kankam, the Media Relations, Total Petroleum Ghana and copied to the Ghana News Agency said the programme gathered over two hundred station staff from the retail network across the country.
Mr Eric Fanchini, the Managing Director said the Dealer Convention was a yearly event organised by the company to acknowledge the efforts of the frontline workers who tirelessly worked in collaboration with management to bring the best of services and product experience to customers.
Making reference to the previous year, he said, ‘safety, a paramount value of the company had been upheld; the company was re-certified ISO 90012015, the first Oil Marketing Company to have received this certification.
The company’s continued modernisation of its service stations has given a refreshed look to its stations enhancing the global customer experience for the public as they visit the Bonjour shops, food corners, get their cars serviced and fueled up their vehicles”, he said.
Mr Abdul-Rahim Siddique, the Sales and Marketing Manager said ”with the commitment of Dealers, 2017 had a lot of successful loyalty campaigns for customers; from Total Quartz Lubricant promotions to the countrywide ‘Total Aseda Tour’ with the Company’s brand Ambassador, Stephen Appiah and so forth.’
The statement said among the award category were the Best Dealers of defined Areas, Best Territory Managers and Area Managers, Best Forecourt Attendant and Overall Best Dealer.
It said thirty-one young dealers were also recognised for making it into the Young Dealer Scheme, a company programme that rewards committed Customer Attendants and Shop Attendants by promoting them to the coveted Dealer’s position, giving them leadership positions and higher benefits.
This is part of the Company’s entrepreneurship development programme for the Ghanaian youth.
The convention was also a platform to deliberate on business and chart a course to continue to enhance the work of the retail network to better serve cherished customers”, the statement said.
Source: Ghana News Agency