Rubis Energies Uganda has launched their new service stations in a bid to improve its service delivery to its customers across Uganda. The latest and revamped service stations are located in Makerere, Kawempe, Bwebajja, Kasubi, Seeta, Buwenge, and Jinja town.
The announcement of the service stations done by Oliver Gatera, the Country Manager of Rubis Energies Uganda, was declared during the commissioning ceremony held at one of the new service stations in Makerere.
The new service stations were previously Kobil and Delta service stations.
According to Oliver’s statement, this move aims to provide more convenient fuelling services to their customer on all the edges of the country. On top of that, they seek to provide environment-friendly fuel.
“We as Rubis have upgraded the fuelling systems and designs above and below the ground in order to ensure always high-quality fuel that is in keeping with environmental and statutory requirements,” he said.
The launch of our new sites represents our commitments so that we can continuously provide high quality and innovative products to Ugandans countrywide. When we launched in 2021, we ensured them that we had highly advanced products and services that should reach all edges of the country, and the journey had started.
The commissioning of the seven new fuel stations now means there are 24 fully rebranded fuel service stations from a network of 53 stations ever since Kobil and Delta combined to form Rubis energies Uganda in 2021. The remaining 29 stations are still operating under the Kobil and Delta brands.
In the same line, Rubis Energies Uganda presented Rubis Ultra Tec, an advanced fuel technology that is designed to absolutely clean car engines and improve car performance and efficiency. This technology will save customers money at no extra cost.
Gatera guaranteed the consumers of Rubis Energies Uganda of resumed fuel supply even in case of crisis.
Moreover, he stated, “In case of any crisis in Kenya that may occur due to elections, we as Rubis are sourcing fuel from two routes. In any case, we face destructions from the route of Kenya we will then go for Tanzania route.”