Oman Oil Marketing Company (OOMCO) has opened another mega service station in Ma’abilah, Wilayat of Seeb as part of its efforts to transform the traditional service stations experience into a one-stop destination for quality fuel and many other products and services. OOMCO’s latest integrated products and services hub was inaugurated with par-ticipation of Tarik Mohammed Al Junaidi, Chief Executive Officer of OOMCO.
“We offer a seamless and superior experience to our customers by providing everything they need at one destination, not just quality fuel and lubricants, but also by expanding and partner-ing with leading brands that offer a multitude of products across various service sectors. The opening of this mega service station in Oman, directly results from our innovative and success-ful strategy as we continue to adapt and think forward,” said Tarik Mohammed Al Junaidi, Chief Executive Officer of Oman Oil Marketing Company. “We aim to lead by example and con-tribute to Oman’s socio-economic development by becoming the most customer-centric mar-keter in the Gulf Cooperation Council by 2026.”
Motorists and residents in Ma’abilah can now get what they need at the 10,000 m2 mega sta-tion, while on the go or filling up their fuel. Apart from a fuel service station, the one-stop lei-sure and convenience hub includes shopping complex, coffee shops, a car care centre providing quality services, a convenience store with many offerings.
As Oman’s leading fuel marketing company, OOMCO continues to transform the industry’s landscape through upgrades, expansion, and innovation. Its mega service station concept has been created in tune with the ever-changing needs of its customers in today’s fast-moving world who are increasingly looking for a complete experience of convenience and leisure. From investing in cutting-edge technologies to engaging in strategic partnerships with leading brands and expanding into logistics, OOMCO continues to connect with its customers to meet and exceed the expectations of customers. As part of its regional expansion strategy, not just Oman but also Saudi Arabia and Tanzania are among key growth markets for the company, with more service stations becoming available to customers in these countries.