SOCAR opens two new fueling stations in Georgia

SOCAR opens two new fueling stations in Georgia

6:13 AM, 24th December 2012
SOCAR opens two new fueling stations in Georgia

TEKLATI/SENAKI, GEORGIA: SOCAR opened new fueling stations in Georgia. One of the filling stations was opened in Teklati settlement of Senaki district. The second was opened in the area of the customs terminal on Tbilisi-Rustavi highway.  This is the first combined fueling complex in Georgia. The petrol and gas columns of the world’s leading brand Galileo, which are set at the complex, provide high quality and pollution-free fuel.

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