TECHWORLD Oil Business, a Gambian-owned corporation engaged in oil and fuel business enterprise final Thursday opened a new department in Fula Bantang, Central River Location.
The new service station employs 10 younger Gambians, eight of whom provide as pump attendants.
The firm which presently employs about 300 Gambians and non-Gambians has been working in the region for about a ten years now with more than fifteen operational services stations throughout the nation.
Speaking at the opening, Dodou D. Touray, Functions Manager TECHWORLD Oil Business discussed that there are 34 communities within just the location which either go to Brikama-Ba or Bansang for gasoline, noting that the opening of the new support station at Fula Bantang will make lifestyle less difficult for them.
He extra that communities inside of Cassamance also utilized to fuel at Brikama-Ba but can now gasoline at Fula Bantang which is nearer to them.
He highlighted that among the motives for setting up the company station at Fula Bantang is due to the fact they acquired complaints that barrel gasoline investing inside the spot does not provide good gasoline.
He described the area as a great organization catchment area, incorporating that it also made employment as individuals who were being contracted for the building were being from the location.
He pointed out that, the establishment of the company station will encourage other traders to make investments in the space, saying both of those CRR north and south do not have a bank besides Reliance Monetary Provider.
Meanwhile communities within the location explained the establishment of the assistance station at Fula Bantang as a desire appear real for them, stating it will make daily life less complicated for them.