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Tradex opens another service station in Central African Republic

Tradex opens another service station in Central African Republic
  • Comments   -   Monday, 29 July 2019 15:12

(Business in Cameroon) - On July 26, 2019, a new Tradex station was inaugurated in Damara, Central African Republic, by the country’s minister of energy development Hubert Gontran Djono Ahaba. The 1,200 m2 station required a XAF360 million investment.  

It has a storage capacity of 25,000 litres of fuel and 100 gas cylinders. According to Cameroonian company Tradex, this is the company’s sixth service station in the country. In the following weeks, the company adds, this number will increase to 9 with the opening of Sofitel, Gare du Nord and Marabena stations. By the end of the year, 24 Tradex stations will be operational.

Tradex’s goal in Central African Republic is to help consolidate peace and combat youth unemployment, Perrial Jean Nyodog, president of the administrative board of Tradex Centrafrique indicates.  

Sylvain Andzongo

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