In accordance with its strategy to improve the services provide to its customers and in line with Bahrain 2030 vision, Bapco Tazweed, the subsidiary of the Oil and Gas Holding Company, has announced the signing of three agreements with AbdulHakim Al Shammary Group to open three Mini Marts at Central Market Service Station, Wadi Hayyan Service Station and Seef Service Station.
On the occasion of signing these agreements, Eng. Jassim Al-Shirawi, Chairman of Bapco Tazweed, stated: “we are very pleased to sign these agreements with a well-known company such as AbdulHakim Al Shammary Group which owns a series of successful brand names spread over Bahrain.”
He added, “we are keen to attract remarkable partners to operate the commercial shops at our service stations to create an exceptional experience for our valued customers by offering various complementary services.”
Mr. AbdulHakim Al Shammary, Chairman of the AbdulHakim Al Shammary Group, stated: “we are proud to sign these agreements with Bapco Tazweed, and we are happy to open the first branches of the Trolley Mart series at its service stations. The Trolley Mart series specializes in providing quick services for the service station goers with competitive prices on premium goods specially imported into our branches.”
AbdulHakim Al Shammary Group operates in the Kingdom of Bahrain as well as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman. The number of commercial shops operated by AbdulHakim Al Shammary Group exceeds 60 shops providing various services such as cafés, the sale and manufacturing of foods including eastern and western sweets, packaging services, travel and tourism services, shipping services and heavy equipment rental services.
Mr. AbdulHakim Al Shammary concluded his statement by extending his thanks and appreciation to the management of Bapco Tazweed for the great confidence they have given to the group, stressing that the work environment in the Bahrain market is encouraging with ultimate support received from Bahrain Government for the private sector.