Engen Crossing Convenience Centre in Bloemfontein and Engen Stamford Convenience Centre in Durban re-opened their doors to the public recently, following major upgrades. The work on the sites formed part of Engen's Reinvigorate rollout, which began in 2007 and is set to run until 2018.
L-R: At the official opening of the Engen Crossing Convenience Centre, Frank Davison - Regional Operations Manager, Retsol Corner Bakery; with Hedly Everts - Regional Convenience Operations Manager, Engen; Garth Fourie - Woolworths Franchise & Engen; Philani Sithebe - Retail Sales Manager, Engen, Antonette & Phillip Piek - Dealers at Engen Crossing Convenience Centre; Piet du Plessis - Network Manager and Amanda van Listenburgh - Steers Franchise Manager
Both revamped Engen service stations include a Quickshop, Corner Bakery, ATM and quick service restaurant, Steers. Bloemfontein's service centre also has a new Woolworths Foodstop, which is a first in the Free State.
The Crossing Convenience Centre was first opened in 1997. Philip and Antonette Piek, Engen dealers at at the centre, look forward to welcoming their customers back. "We can't wait to deliver on our promise of extraordinary service and products. We're ideally situated at the intersections of Nelson Mandela Avenue and Melville Road and we're open 24 hours a day."
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