Shell opened 25 new stations in Poland throughout 2022, with 8 of them opening in December to bring its total network in the country to 456 stations.
The latest outlets were launched in Sekocin Stary, Suwalki, Swiecie, Choroszcz, Krosno, Szubin, Gnojnik and an LNG station in Września. The company is not slowing down either, with more openings scheduled in Gdynia, Glogow and Zelechow.
All of the newly opened sites outlets include a Shell Café shop, which offers coffee in two varieties: espresso and lungo, as well as freshly baked snacks. The stations also offer touchless JET car washes facilities in Gnojnik and Suwalki, with an automatic and manual JET-WASh car washes to be opened in the Sekocin Stary location in the first quarter of 2023.
The forecourts will also be expanded with high-powered electric chargers.
“More Shell stations will appear on the map of Poland month by month. We are also opening more and more partner stations. We are especially happy about this, because it shows us that partners want to build facilities under our brand,” said Tomasz Bartos, Shell Poland’s fuel station network Development Director.
Monika Kielak-Lokietek, President of Shell Mobility and member of Shell Poland’s Management Board, also confirmed plans to expand its footprint to over 30 stations this year.