Shortly before the New Year’s Eve, OKKO filling station network opened a new filling station near Kyiv in the village of Petrivtsi at the entrance to the historical park Mezhygirrya. This was the 16th new object built by PJSC Concern Galnaftogaz in 2014. In addition, 19 OKKO filling stations were reconstructed in accordance with the requirements of modern design and format of the Company.
But the list of achievements is not confined. As it was previously announced, 34 OKKO filling stations were equipped with chargers for electric vehicles. The owners of OKKO fuel cards were able to use unique technologies of online service and maintenance. The Company started a new social project with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development aimed at reduction of the number of accidents at the international highway Kyiv-Odesa. All12 fuel testing laboratories were accredited according to European standard ISO/IEC 17025:2006. Concern Galnaftogaz was ranked 125 in annual ranking of the 500 biggest companies of Central and Eastern Europe published by International consulting company Deloitte. Thus, the Company progressed by 12 points upwards.
“In 2014, the Ukrainian business, like the rest of the state, has undergone a serious test of strength. And despite all the challenges, OKKO filling station network continues to evolve and move forward to create jobs, pay taxes, and actively involved in social initiatives. This is our contribution in development of the state with European values and standards of living”, says Vitaliy Antonov, President of PJSC Concern Galnaftogaz (OKKO filling station network).
As of 1 January 2015, OKKO filling station network operates more than 420 OKKO branded filling stations in all regions of the state. Almost 10 thousand people work in the Company.