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On Rompetrol Georgia’s 8th Year Jubilee Head Office Employees Serve Consumers

Published: May 15, 2013 | 2:28 pm
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(CNA)-On Rompetrol Georgia’s 8th year jubilee head office employees serve consumers at Tbilisi filling stations.

According to the company’s management, 82 employees from head office, including General Director Nurken Murzagalyev, personally serve consumers at Tbilisi filling stations.

“Our company has been successfully operating on Georgian market for 8 years already. During this period lots of people have become our faithful consumers and we’re thankful to them and as a sign of respect we’re personally serving them at filling stations. We believe that our company’s success on the local market is conditioned by our consumers and that’s why we’re constantly trying to offer them comfortable environment and competitive prices. I, personally, as an ordinary member of the company, serve our consumers with pleasure listen to their opinions,” stated Nurken Murzagalyev, General Director of Rompetrol Georgia.

For the current campaign the company has worked out a special timetable according to which head office employees serve consumers at filling stations in shifts. Consumers get served by head office employees and are given an opportunity to talk to them personally.

Rompetrol Georgia has carried out this type of campaign last year as well. The aim of the campaign is not only personal interaction with consumers but also to let all employees, starting from operators level to General Director, share the contribution made to the joint work even once a year and not only verbally but in practice as well.

Transnational company Rompetrol is a largest Euro standard fuel importer in Georgia. Rompetrol Group’s head office located in Amsterdam joins up to 50 companies.

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