ZEN Petroleum, a leading privately owned downstream petroleum company in Ghana, has been included on the Financial Times’ and Statista 2023 annual ranking of Africa’s fastest-growing companies, for the second year in a row.
The ranking, which is now in its second year, includes ZEN Petroleum as one of only two Ghanaian companies on the acclaimed list.
Established in 2010, ZEN Petroleum has established itself as the market leader in supplying fuel and lubricants to mines in Ghana. Its fast-growing retail network now has a total of 45 operational stations across the country.
Commenting on the recognition, William Tewiah, Managing Director of ZEN Petroleum said, “We are thrilled to be recognised by the Financial Times and Statista for the second year in a row. This recognition is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our employees, and our unwavering commitment to delivering exceptional service and innovative solutions to our customers.”
“We will continue to invest in our people, processes, and technology to achieve sustainable growth, and we look forward to delivering even greater value to our customers and stakeholders in the years ahead.”
The ranking serves as a valuable benchmark for investors and businesses looking for growth opportunities in Africa, and ZEN Petroleum’s inclusion on the list affirms its position as a key player in the downstream petroleum sector in Ghana and beyond.