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EKO Serbia has marked the opening of a new petrol station in Čačak by donating fuel to the social protection services centre Zračak, which will provide all its users with safe transport home

The new filling station operates in accordance with the most modern technical, safety and environmental standards, and is fully adapted to the demands and expectations of drivers.

EKO Serbia, a member of HELLENiQ ENERGY, has expanded its network to 57 petrol stations by opening a new station in Čačak. On this occasion, EKO Serbia donated funds for the purchase of fuel to the Zračak social protection services centre.

“In line with our business development plans, we are continuing to expand the EKO retail network in Serbia, maintaining high standards of product quality and providing the best services to our customers. At the same time we are contributing to the needs of the local community, donating fuel to the Zračak Centre, which will provide all its users with safe transport home. As a socially responsible company, we continue to support the local communities in which we operate”, said Aris Karousos, CEO of EKO Serbia.

The Zračak centre in Čačak has 256 users, and the donation is intended for a specialized van to transport users who live in rural areas.

“We would like to thank EKO Serbia for this donation”, says Ana Jakovljević, director of the Zračak social care centre. “It will enable our users to have easier access, above all to the day care centre, which provides the opportunity for people with developmental disabilities to stay in a family environment, and to use their opportunities and integrate into the community. This donation is also important for other services for people with disabilities and the elderly”.

There are 57 filling stations in Serbia under the EKO brand, which is undeniably synonymous with reliability, quality and excellent service

The new filling station in Čačak is open 24 hours a day and offers a complete portfolio of fuel products, including high-quality premium category fuels – Diesel Duplo Filtered and EKO Racing 100 RON. Consumers also have at their disposal the completely modernised Kalypso minimarket, premium coffee in the Coffee Corner, and a carefully selected range of consumer goods, car cosmetics and EKO motor oils. At all EKO Serbia stations, consumers can join the EKO Smile loyalty programme, which rewards every purchase with points that can be exchanged for useful and valuable gifts, and until 12th March, every customer who fills up 15 or more litres of fuel receives a gift.

EKO Serbia a.d. is a member of the HELLENiQ ENERGY business group, the leading integrated energy group in Greece and the south-east European region Its activities include the production, supply and trade of all types of energy, with an increasing focus on clean energy and renewable energy sources. Since its foundation in 2002, the company has invested more than 100 million euros in Serbia. Their network has 57 filling stations under the EKO brand, which is undeniably synonymous with reliability, quality and excellent service. The main goals of the group are to achieve a leading position as an innovative international leader in the energy business, to be the first choice of consumers by offering top quality products and services and safe working conditions, while respecting the environment and consumers and providing a social contribution to the community.

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