Britain's BP to open 50 petrol stations in Poland in 2012, reaching 430 units.

By bne IntelliNews December 13, 2011
British Petroleum (BP) intends to open 50 petrol stations in Poland next year, achieving 430 petrol stations in the whole country. This year, its network - the second-biggest one in Poland - expanded by about 35 stations and majority of them are partnership-based outposts, BP's general director for Europe SE, Poland branch Bogdan Kucharski has told the Polish Press Agency. In 2012, BP is to focus on the development of its own stations, building them near motorways and express roads, and ring roads. So far, BP has invested over USD 800mn in Poland and hires 3 thousands employees.

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