MOL Romania invested over EUR 6.1 million in 7 new service stations, extending its country-wide presence to 154 units, a press release informs. The new stations are located in the counties Constanta, Ilfov, Suceava, Timis, Hunedoara, Iasi and Bihor. “(…) Since the beginning of the year, we have opened 11 new service stations in Romania. Expanding nationally and regionally are important for customers, who can benefit from a larger reach within an international player’s network”, said Kinga Daradics, MOL Romania CEO & Country Chairman. MOL Group operates over 1,700 service station network in the Central and Eastern European Region.
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