Vivo Energy Kenya Managing Director Joe Muganda (left) alongside colleagues during the opening of the Shell Lavington Service Station convenience block on Wednesday, December 5

Vivo Energy Kenya, the company that distributes and markets Shell-branded fuels and lubricants on Wednesday launched a convenience retailing offer at the Shell Lavington Service Station, Nairobi.

The convenience block will host several businesses including an NIC Bank branch, Java House, KFC, White Rose Drycleaners, Safedose Pharmacy and a Welcome shop providing both motorists and shoppers the opportunity to shop for a variety of commodities at the service station.

Convenience Retailing (CR) is a key growth pillar for Vivo who are targeting the high end market with an affinity for quality brands.

Vivo Energy Kenya has expanded its CR footprint at Shell Lavington to meet their needs.

Speaking at the launch event, Vivo Energy Kenya Managing Director, Joe Muganda said that the company is always looking to seek new revenue streams and ensure that the company’s customers needs are met.

“We are excited by this opportunity to open this new location in Nairobi together with several of our convenience retailing partners. The availability of several complementary functions including restaurants, banking facilities, a pharmacy, drycleaner and convenience store at this outlet provides a holistic and improved customer experience,” said Muganda.

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The former Nation Media Group (NMG) CEO added that the location will service customers in Lavington area and the larger Westlands and its environs.

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