GHANA – Total Petroleum Ghana Limited, one of the leading oil marketing companies in Ghana, has been adjudged the Petroleum Company of the Year during the Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG) Award held in Accra.

A statement from CIMG commended Total Ghana for offering solution-based products and services to the public.

The statement said that it was these measures that made Total Ghana to be the preferred brand in Ghana outperforming other oil marketing companies operating in the country.

Mr Henry Adzewodah, the Lubricants Manager of Total Ghana, said “it is an honour to receive such a prestigious award.”

He further added that Total Ghana had For the past years, delivered quality and innovative products based on extensive research for the benefits of motorists.

The evaluators of the awards applauded Total Ghana for introducing the Total Excellium range of products which remains the pace setter in the petroleum sector.

The product, accessible in all its stations, has additives, which enhances engine performance leading to lower fuel consumption and lower pollution.

It was also designed to prevent deposit accumulation in the engine and to give excellent engine protection.

In addition, the Company’s Total TROXI club, which is the very first loyalty scheme to be introduced by an OMC in Ghana, has made a great impact in the market.

He said through this club, Taxi, Trotro and other commercial drivers were rewarded with attractive discounts per every purchase made on fuel and lubricants, which accumulate into quarterly rewards. Additionally, they receive personal insurance cover in case of accidents.

Mr Adzewodah said Total Ghana was committed to provide innovative solutions, which satisfy the needs of customers, while safeguarding the environment.

The CIMG awards are designed to create awareness of the marketing concept in businesses and sustainability and to promote high professional standards and excellence among practitioners.

The latest edition was the 30th and featured a total of 27 awards. Some of the other winners include Unilever Ghana which was named the manufacturing company of the year and MTN which clinched the telecom company of the year award.