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Bluewater Bay service station reopens after revamp

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GQEBERHA service station, Engen Bluewater Bay, closed for maintenance and operational upgrades since late January has reopened to the public.

New owner Mohamed Cassim said, “There is nothing more important to me than happy customers and I plan to deliver the level of service that Engen customers have come to expect from South Africa’s favourite petrol station: top quality fuels, convenience shopping and exceptional service.”

Cassim is not new to the Engen family. As the owner of another Gqeberha service station, Markman Convenience Centre, he has been associated with the brand since 2019.

Engen Bluewater Bay operates 24 hours a day and offers a range of services, including an Engen Quickshop, Debonairs, Fishaways, Steers and ABSA ATM.

Conveniently located close to the N2 on the corner of Amsterdamhoek and Weinronk Way the service station accommodates both sit-down and take-away’s for residents and beach goers who visit the area.

Engen General Manager: Retail, Seelan Naidoo said, “Convenience and customer service remain key determinants of success in our industry and crucial to ensure that our network continues to flourish. This will be taken forward by Engen Bluewater Bay and we wish Mohamed Cassim and his management team every success”.

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