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Rompetrol Bulgaria opened its 55 fuel station, in Dupnitsa

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Rompetrol Bulgaria has officially opened a new fuel station in Dupnitsa, a city located 70 km south of the capital Sofia. Dupnitsa is an important industrial and commercial center in the western region of Bulgaria, with modern facilities in the pharmaceutical sector and heavy vehicles.

Thus, Rompetrol Bulgaria has created 9 jobs and is still committed to community development, through jobs generated and taxes paid. The new station is considered a step forward for the comprehensive development program of Rompetrol Bulgaria.

"With the opening of this new fuel station, the company continues to develop its network. I am sure that the residents of Dupnitsa and the people traveling through the city will have the opportunity to use the highest quality fuels and to receive the highest level services”, said Vladislav Rusnac, Chief Retail Officer of KMG International.

The station is fully integrated into the Rompetrol concept, with modern facilities and services, using exclusively high quality fuels obtained at the Petromidia N?vodari refinery.

"Rompetrol Bulgaria implements its ambitious full-scale development plan in 2019. Our program includes intensive development - increasing the number of fuel stations in the country, along with progressive rebranding, to provide a new level of customer experience. Following the strategy of KMG International Group, we have already rebranded more than 70% of the Rompetrol Bulgaria chain", said Ivaylo Trendafilov, General Director of Rompetrol Bulgaria.

The development agenda includes active expansion and modernization in the coming years. As part of the KMGI Group, Rompetrol Bulgaria intends to finish a complete rebranding of the network in the next year, in parallel with the increase in the number of fuel stations.

Rompetrol Bulgaria places great emphasis on the quality it offers to the Bulgarian customer. First-class fuels are designed using the optimal combination of additives and compounds, not only to protect cleaning valves and injectors, but also to reduce fuel consumption and improve engine performance.

Rompetrol Bulgaria is part of the KMG International Group, owned by KazMunayGas, Kazakhstan's national oil and gas company. In Romania, KMG International has one of the largest and most modern refineries in the Black Sea region - Petromidia Navodari, with a refining capacity of over 5 million tons of raw material. KMG International also owns the Vega refinery in Ploie?ti - a manufacturer of special solvents and the only producer of hexane and bitumen in the country.

Rompetrol Bulgaria has a current network of 55 fuel stations throughout the country and uses only high quality fuels produced at the Petromidia refinery. The company is pursuing active development in the coming years, including expanding the network and constantly improving the quality of services.

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