Logistics & Transport

Monday, 09 July 2018 15:38

Engen brings first Woolies Foodstop to the Swartland

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Engen Swarland now has a Woolies Foodstop

The people of Malmesbury are set to reap the yummy goodness of a 24-hour Woolworths Foodstop, which has been added to the recently upgraded Engen Malmesbury Convenience Centre. Engen Malmesbury Convenience Centre is located at 45 Voortrekker Road, Malmesbury in the Western Cape. The new Woolies food offering was officially opened this month.

Customers can also enjoy a diverse range of convenience services including an Engen Quickshop, Wimpy, Corner Bakery and multi-branded ATM machines – including ABSA and Standard Bank. The 10-pump site offers customer’s quality fuels such as Engen Primax Unleaded and Engen Dynamic Diesel 50ppm with ease of access and service for heavy-duty vehicles and trucks.

The owner of Engen Malmesbury Convenience Centre, Gey Kriek is extremely excited to add the Woolworths Foodstop to their bouquet of convenience offerings, which all operate 24/7. “We are very proud of our association with Engen and extremely excited to partner with Woolworths Foodstop. Our customers are really looking forward to this additional new offering as this will be the first Woolworths in the Malmesbury area.

“Our Site is well positioned, serving both passing commuters and our many regular local residents. In the past, customers who wanted to shop at Woolworths have had to travel quite a distance, so we are very pleased to offer our customers their very own Woolworths Foodstop.”

Says Engen’s Head of Retail, Seelan Naidoo: “Engen is very excited to see our network flourishing. Convenience and customer service remain key determinants of success in our industry. “We wish our dealer Gey Kriek every success.” 

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