MOL Romania continues its local investment strategy and announces the opening of the first two MOL Murfatlar filling stations on the A2 highway, Chernivtsi-Constanța, which are part of a service concession agreement with the National Road Infrastructure Management Company (CNAIR) in last year. year
According to the contract signed with CNAIR, MOL Romania is building 14 service stations on the Nedlac-Sibiu (A1), Pitesti-Bucharest (A) and Černovo-Constanța (A2) highways, which will be located as follows: six on the Lugozh-Deva Section , four on the Oraști-Sibiu section, two stations on the Bucharest-Pitesti highway and two on the Međidia-Constanța section.
Two MOL Murfatlar stations are located on the A2, at km 186+090 (A2 – Constanța-Megidia), respectively 186+580 (A2 Megidia-Constanța). By the end of July, two more MOL stations will open on the A1 highway in Ilya.
For the first time, MOL’s new gas stations benefit from an innovative, sustainable food and coffee waste disposal system.
“MOL is going through a transformation process, which is based on significant investments made to diversify the portfolio of products and services, and the customer remains at the center of all our actions. The new service stations reflect our vision and are places where we offer our customers a much more comprehensive experience. The opening of MOL Murfatlar stations is an important step that strengthens our presence in the local market,“, said Camelia Ene, CEO and Chairman of MOL Romania.