Dapsa announced an investment of US $ 30 million to launch a network of service stations in Argentina

The Argentine Petroleum Distillery (Dapsa) presented its investment plan recently for U $ S 30 million to launch a network of 350 service stations. The objective of the firm is to have a presence in 12 provinces and an initial control of the national fuel market of 2.5% of the total.

This was raised at a meeting with the press the CEO of Dapsa, Pablo Arnaude and the commercial director, Hugo David, who said that the network would consist of the 125 stations whose contracts acquired from the liquidated Oil Combustibles and the so-called stations white ones that already supplied.

He added, "We are not a low cost service station, but a large national oil company with 15 years of experience in the market that decided to join the retail segment with competitive prices and a differentiation through its services to the operator and the consumer final, "Arnaude explained.

Dapsa has been working for 15 years in the local market as a company specializing in downstream business -transportation and commercialization of fuels- as well as warehousing and logistics services, which decided to add the retail segment in this new stage.

The distribution network that will begin to register since May has coverage in the provinces of Buenos Aires, Santa Fe, Entre Rios, Corrientes, Misiones, Chaco, Cordoba, Catamarca, Santiago del Estero, Tucumán, Mendoza and San Juan.