Case Study Of Sasol

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1. INTRODUCTION Sasol is a global group of energy and petrochemical company, its headquarters is in Johannesburg and its main plant is in Sasolburg a huge and massive one. Their strategy seeks to reinforce their position as a leader in the oil and gas industry in order to provide a competitive shareholder return while helping to meet global energy demand in a responsible way. Their main business activities in South Africa include retail and Commercial Fuels, Lubrications and oils, chemicals and manufacturing. Africa. Today, Sasol South Africa is mainly involved in the Retail and Commercial Fuels, Lubrications and Oils, Chemicals and Manufacturing sectors. Sasol has a nationwide retail network of strategically located service station, offering their customer a variety of fuels products, as well as friendly service and convenience shopping. Their Commercial fuels and lubrications divisions’ sells diesel, lubrications, illuminated paraffin, bitumen and heavy fuel furnace fuels directly to end user in the transport, construction, manufacturing, mining, marine, agriculture and general customer markets. In the manufacturing area, the Sapref refinery, jointly owned by Sasol and BP, is one of the largest refineries in Africa. Other Sasol interest in South Africa include aviation, Chemicals and LPG 2. PROJECT OVERVIEW…show more content…
Polokwane Motors has been identified as one of the retail sites with potential to double its current performance and thus requiring redevelopment or revamping. This fuel station or site currently has an informal convenience store which does R250 000 per month and the forecast sales (Fuel Sales) are approximately R3.3 million a month. This retail fuel site has been operating for the past 17 years and hasn’t been properly maintained and therefore no longer an attractive refuelling and convenience for its current and future

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