Wissol Gas Appears on the Georgian Market

Wissol Gas Appears on the Georgian Market

Wissol Gas Appears on the Georgian Market

The FINANCIAL -- Compressed natural gas (CNG), the fuel of the future, is now available at Wissol. If you notice the service station on Agmashenebeli Street with the Wissol company brand colours but ‘Wissol GAS’ inscribed on it, do not be surprised. It’s still a station of JSC Wissol Petroleum Georgia.

 

Wissol GAS is a sub-brand of Wissol Petroleum Georgia and gas service stations are already operating in the village of Skhvitori, 19 King Tamar Avenue, Sachkhere region and Zestafoni city, 110 King Tamar Avenue. In a couple of month the residents of Khashuri will enjoy this environmentally clean alternative to the usual fuel, which reduces harmful pollutants and exhaust emissions.

 

CNG is safer, non corrosive, has no additives and can be up to 60% more economical than traditional fuels like gasoline or diesel. Wissol GAS offers cold and dry gas that does not freeze and enables vehicles to run for longer.

 

“Wissol CNG partner is Aspro, the world leader in providing CNG refueling station equipment. With Aspro’s state-of-the-art technology Wissol is turning its CNG-integrated refueling stations into safe, reliable and profitable environments for consumers”, Wissol representative said.

 

For over 20 years Aspro has been developing comprehensive solutions that promote the use of CNG all over the world. Aspro compression systems offer excellent results in the five continents because they are manufactured according to the specific needs of refueling stations in different regions.

 

According to Wissol, Aspro compression systems are tested by external inspection organizations to verify their quality. The international certifications granted Aspro compression systems the ISO 9001:2000, CE (European Community) and Bureau Veritas which make them competitive worldwide.

 

“Wissol corporate clients can enjoy these new products and services with the Wissol chip-based Corporate Card”, company said.