The National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (Namcor) has opened its latest service station in Windhoek that will serve the nation with their refuelling needs. The latest Namcor service station, located on the corner of Otjomuise Road and Ekster Street in Khomasdal, extension 16, will service the entire surrounding area with fuelling needs as well as the convenience of a Deli Express store.
In addition to providing a wide range of fuel and lubricants, the new Namcor Otjomuise Road service station will provide a host of fast food and beverage options to motorists.
Managing Director of Namcor, Immanuel Mulunga, stated; “Namcor continues to implement its expansion strategy across Namibia in line with the directives of our visionary leadership. As part of this priority, the company seeks to deliver world-class services to the public through our state-of-the-art service station infrastructure and facilities.”
Namcor is expected to continue serving the nation by way of its expansion strategy that will see the opening of retail sites in strategic locations across the country and potentially in neighbouring countries. There are five new sites currently under construction with a further eight in development all around Namibia.
Namcor is a legally enacted entity under the Namibian Companies Act of 1973 with the government as its primary stakeholder. Acting under the Petroleum (Exploration and Production) Act of 1991, Namcor has a mandate to conduct reconnaissance, exploration and production operations.