Petrosol to set up service station at Elisenheim

Petrosol has been given a contract to develop a fully fledged service station at the Elisenheim Lifestyle Estate. 

The 24-hour service station will be situated on 9 000 square metres of prime property on the estate and will boast three fuel pumps, a quick shop, bakery, coffee shop, car wash, drop-off zone and a fast-food establishment. 

The ground-breaking ceremony is expected to take place within the next few months, and the service station is anticipated to commence operations in approximately two years. 

CEO of Trustco Properties Le-Hugo van Rooyen said the development will alleviate the burden of residential development, traffic and infrastructure on the City of Windhoek. 

“The service station at Elisenheim will not only enable residents of the estate to obtain fuel closer to home, but this valuable and convenient service will most definitely benefit the neighbouring small holdings and mushrooming businesses in the vicinity,” he said. 

Adding that the Elisenheim Lifestyle Estate has been setting down roots since 2005 with the Elisenheim Estate having been officially launched on 30 January 2010. In 2014 Trustco Property Holdings acquired the Elisenheim Property Development Company that is the registered owner of Portion 5 of the Farm Elisenheim No.68. 

Petrosol is a wholly Namibian-owned company that was established as a natural outflow of the retail business that Northern Fuel Distributors (NFD) established over the years of its existence. 

“The focus of Petrosol is to construct cost-effective service stations throughout Namibia, which can be managed by independent or owner operators,” Johan Botes of Petrosol said. 

NFD is one of the largest private fuel suppliers in Namibia in terms of volumes and it manages several millions of litres monthly whilst serving over 800 satisfied customers throughout the country.

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