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More green: TOTAL-Togo now looking as T-air

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The giant oil company, Total is resolutely turned to international standards. Baptized T-air (Total Improvement Images Network), the new makeover strategy of Total filling stations, illustrates a new phase of sustainable development policy set up more than 20 years ago by the oil leader in Togo.

Indeed, the management of Total Togo proceeded on Friday in Lomé the inauguration of the first station located at the Airport just like the T-air project.

According to the management of this oil company, three reasons justify the implementation of this project which, eventually, will allow a “total makeover” 76 filling stations in Togo.

It is about comfort and well-being of customers, environmental protection and rational use of energy resources implemented for operations at points of sale.

According to the Managing director of Total-Togo, Abel Koné Nandiolo, this new deployment is going to cover all the existing stations on the whole national territory and will be extended over the next 3 years.

“Instead of being a simple change of color, T-air is a program of change that has for objective the improvement of the image of the Total network”, he underlined.

The total cost of this investment amounts to approximately 900 million FCFA.

 
Original text by: Blaise AKAME

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