Gulf says they intend to open 37 gas stations around the state of Quintana Roo within the next five years. Sergio de la Vega, president of Gulf Mexico, says that the fuel competition continues to grow in Quintana Roo and that they intend to enter the market with numerous fuel stations.
“Gulf arrives in Quintana Roo with the momentum for an expected and positive commercial development in the region, recognising that this market continues to be a great opportunity for those who wish to invest.
“The goal is to cover 17 to 20 percent of the market, which in the state would mean having 37 stations within five years,” he explained. He says that it costs an average of 2 million peso to convert an old station with upgrades that makes it distinguishable, while a new station costs approximately 40 million peso.
He added that the difference of the product they offer is quality and performance, because the Gulf model works with liquid nanotechnology that transforms gasoline and diesel into improved fuels, high performance and efficiency, increasing engine performance and even reducing polluting emissions. Added to that, he said that they have made a significant investment in technology, noting that they work directly with the Cancun Technology Park.