Eco Bulgaria to expand network by above 20 petrol stations in 4 years.

By bne IntelliNews July 27, 2011
The local subsidiary of the Greek Hellenic Petroleum, Eco Bulgaria, plans to launch more than 20 new petrol stations in the next four years, investor.bg reported. The company intends to run above 100 units by 2015 and reach a position among the three largest players in the fuel retail trade in the country. The amount of the investment has not been announced yet. Eco Bulgaria operates 82 petrol stations in Bulgaria. So far the company has invested more than BGN 260mn in construction of new stations and in the purchase and modernisation of built units since it entered the country in 2002.

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