ISABEL provincial government has welcomed South Pacific Oil’s (SPO) move to open up two agents in Kia and Buala.
This is part of SPO sales and marketing strategy to bring the service to the people with affordable price in petrol and diesel.
Premier James Habu told SPO officials in Buala that the business does not only give confidence in the private sector but the government as well.
Habu said this shows the province is growing in terms of business development.
The SPO team led by Financial manager, Joseph Huta and Willie Watepura paid a short courtesy visit to Habu and explained their interests of setting up agents in Isabel province.
During the visit, SPO under its Corporate Social Responsibility banner donated some presents to Premier Habu and his provincial secretary, Selwyn Vasuni.
SPO also donated some equipment including four rubbish bins, two 200 litres drum petrol, blood pressure machine and nebulizer machine to Buala hospital.
The team also donated money to Anglican Diocese in Isabel province during the consecration of their new Bishop last Sunday.
SPO Limited purchased Shell Pacific’s business and assets in Solomon Islands in 2006.
It is 100% owned by the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF).
Over 85 million litres of petroleum is imported annually.
SPO is a company that prides itself over its superb customer service, product prices and its dedication to maintaining International Safety Standards in the workplace.
SPO supplies Aviation and Marine Fuel, Petroleum, Oils and Lubricants.
A locally owned company with 102 employees dedicated to servicing all aspects of the Petrochemical Industry throughout Solomon Islands.
By EDDIE OSIFELO