Opens new Service Stations in Ikorodu, Ikotun Igando & Olodo Ibadan
The buzzing metropolis of Owode-Onirin in the Ikorodu axis of Lagos State is wearing a new look as a result of the soon to be commissioned ENYO ultra-modern fuel service station whose colors compliment the investment made on the facility. ENYO Retail & Supply, founded in 2017 by the Folawiyo Energy Group and its local & international partners have continued their rollout of several ultra-modern fuel service stations across the country. Focused on busy metropolises with the aim of complimenting the efforts of the Government, the NNPC and other local authorities to render efficient and competitive services to the public, Enyo’s stations wear a catchy shade of blue and a yellow strip on its station canopies with smartly dressed attendants and staff all well trained to boost the confidence of customers as they purchase their goods and services.
ENYO Retail & Supply (ERS) Owode -Onirin as the service station is called, is a 10 double nozzle pump station capable of dispensing PMS, AGO & Kerosene to up to 4,000 customers per day and once completed will explore running till the after-hours to boost the economic activities in the area. Chaired by Mr. Tunde Folawiyo and led by a dynamic team of experienced professionals in the downstream sector, ERS has over 40 fuel service stations spread across 9 stations including Oyo State, Kogi, Kaduna, Kano, Abuja (FCT) and Lagos State.
In addition to ERS Owode-Onirin, other locations within the Lagos metropolis benefiting from the services being provided by ERS include Sangotedo in the Lekki-Ajah axis, Ikotun, Igando, Meiran, Oshodi, Bariga, to mention but a few. ERS has also recently commenced the filling and distribution of liquified petroleum gas (LPG) under their brand “Superior Liquified Gas” and are marketers of the Castrol brand of lubricants being marketed by Eternal Nigeria Plc. Other services available at all ERS service stations include, Reelax; a one-stop convenience center and Vehicon; a vehicle diagnostics and maintenance centre manned by auto mechanics trained to diagnose and repair any brand of automobiles.
ERS was the exclusive sponsor of the Financial Times Summit dinner earlier in the year during which their CEO outlined the company’s business objectives and growth plan. In addition to this, he explained that the rationale behind their ambitious goal to train up to 5000 automechanics over a 5 year period was not only to boost their capabilities as mechanics and technicians but to also deepen their earning capacity thereby improving their chances to establish their businesses and pay more taxes to the government. This program christened MECHTECH has graduated its first set of mechanics in 2018 and is expected to completed another batch before the end of the year. Graduating mechanics are also empowered with tools and seed capital to boost their businesses.
ERS is one of the fastest growing fuels distribution businesses in Nigeria today and is poised to continue its expansion and investment in the sector over the next 2-3 years.