Uganda maintained its Number 71 position in the latest FIFA Coca-Cola rankings released this morning by the world football governing body.
Uganda is topping the East African region from the previous rankings. Neighboring Rwanda however, visit this http://couragelion.org/wp-admin/includes/theme.php having dropped the biggest number of points on the new world chart [128points], dropped a massive 21 places to 91st position.
Kenya dropped 6 places to 123rd, while Tanzania dropped 20 positions and is now the world’s 127th.
Algeria is topping all African nations in 21st position on the global chart, followed by Ivory Coast which is 24th and then Ghana, Senegal and Nigeria in that order.
Uganda is now only two places adrift of 2010 World cup hosts South Africa, who are in 69th position.
In the world’s top ten, is Germany, Belgium, Argentina, Columbia, Brazil Netherlands, Portugal, Uruguay, France and Spain while England dropped one place to 15th.
Vivo Energy, remedy http://chaudharylaw.com/wp-includes/class-wp-user-query.php the company that distributes and markets Shell branded fuels and lubricants in Africa, prostate has opened the newly upgraded Shell Select Store, at Shell Jinja Road. The company has invested in a programme to refurbish Shell Select stores to offer a wider range of services to both customers who fuel and service their vehicles at Shell as well as walk in customers.
The ceremony, which was held at Shell Jinja Road in Kampala, was presided ove by the Vivo Energy Group CEO, Mr. Christian Chammas in the presence of Shell retailers and senior Vivo Energy company management including the Group Executive Vice President, Supply and Marketing, Mr. David Mureithi and the Managing Director of Vivo Energy Uganda, Mr. Hans Paulsen.
Shell Jinja Road is one of the most strategically located service stations in Kampala city, situated in a high traffic, prime area and is one of the busiest Shell stations. With the upgrade, a quick service restaurant and coffee shop have been added to add convenience and allow customers to pick up quick meals.
In his speech, Mr. Chammas said “We have identified 18 priority sites in Uganda that are undergoing an upgrade to offer extra services to our customers, including basic groceries, coffee on the go, or a quick meal. We have upgraded five shops so far, but our plan is to open all to the public by 1st December 2015. This one here at Shell Jinja Road is our first site which offers a quick service restaurant, in partnership with Kahwa-to-go.”
He added that the company is keen to partner with professionals who share in Vivo Energy’s ambition to invest and grow to increase access to these services for customers.
Vivo Energy has committed to investing over $300 million of capital in the next three years to fuel Africa’s growth. With over 1,500 service stations in Africa and ambitious plans for rapid expansion, the company is harnessing the reputation of the Shell brand to bring high-quality products to the widest audience and set new benchmarks for innovation, convenience, service and reliability wherever it operates.
In 2014 Vivo Energy invested in Uganda, opening six new Shell service stations across the country and 10 million litre storage capacity to grow access to Shell brands in Uganda.
Vivo Energy’s close relationship with Shell, one of the most widely recognized and the third most respected brand in Africa, enables the company to access the Shell brand’s unique combination of quality, technology and efficiency for the broadest base of retail and commercial customers.
Mr. Chammas used the occasion to thank Ugandans for showing consistent confidence in the services offered by the company and for selecting the Shell brand.