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Polish fuel giant aims to grow business in Lithuania

16.02.2020 12:30
Poland's state-owned petrol giant PKN Orlen is looking to expand its presence in Lithuania by building more gas stations in the country.
PKN Orlens petrol station
PKN Orlen's petrol stationPhoto: orlen.pl

Orlen’s Head Daniel Obajtek said on Saturday that the company seeks to increase the number of its Lithuanian gas station from 26 to 29, by the end of 2020.

According to Polish Radio’s IAR news agency, Obajtek also added that Orlen is modernizing its gas stations both in Poland and abroad.

Orlen currently operates over 2,800 service stations in Poland, the Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia and Lithuania.


Source: PAP