Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL) says it is positioning the company for more growth despite slow-down in the industry.

Speaking to the media following the company’s successes at the Ghana Club 100 and the Ghana Energy Awards, the Chief Operating Officer, Mr Alex Adzew, said GOIL was strengthening its structures to ensure the company maintains its number one status as the leading oil marketing company in the country.

GOIL was adjudged the third largest company at the Ghana Cub 100 list of companies in Ghana for the year 2016 and was the second best listed company at the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSA).

Again, the company was adjudged the Best Brand at the Ghana Energy Awards, while its Bulk Distribution Company, GO Energy was awarded the BDC Company of the year with the Managing Director and Group CEO, Patrick Akorli, emerging as the Best CEO in the Petroleum Sector.

GOIL also capped a good week-end of significant awards with the conferment of the Platinum Award at the Ashanti Business Excellence Awards.

Mr Adzew dedicated the six prestigious awards to the public for demonstrating loyalty and commitment to the GOIL brand.

He attributed the awards, particularly, to the good structures set up and the massive trust and confidence the consuming public and dealers have in GOIL.

“We would plead with our faithful customers to continue to show trust in us. The good thing is that if we make profit, the money stays in the country,” he added.

Source: Daily Graphic