Oando Marketing Changes Name to OVH Energy Marketing

Chief Executive Officer, Yomi Awobokun; GM Corporate Services, Azeez Omosun and Chief Sales Officer, Mrs. Olaposi Williams, all of OVH Energy Marketing Ltd, at a media parley to announce  the company’s name change from Oando Marketing to OVH Energy,  held at OVH Energy Marketing Corporate headquarters in Apapa Lagos, on Thursday October 13th 2016 - 789marketing
Chief Executive Officer, Yomi Awobokun; GM Corporate Services, Azeez Omosun and Chief Sales Officer, Mrs. Olaposi Williams, all of OVH Energy Marketing Ltd, at a media parley to announce the company’s name change from Oando Marketing to OVH Energy, held at OVH Energy Marketing Corporate headquarters in Apapa Lagos, on Thursday October 13th 2016 – 789marketing

Nigeria’s leading oil marketing retailer, formerly known as Oando Marketing Limited (with distribution capacity of over 2 billion litres of fuels representing 13% of national annual consumption) has announced a change of the company’s brand name to OVH Energy Marketing Limited to reflect a recent corporate recapitalization and restructuring to admit new shareholders.

Notwithstanding the name change, OVH Energy Marketing Limited (hereinafter referred to as OVH Energy”) will continue to use the existing Oando brand name in conducting its retail activities by virtue of a brand license granted by Oando Plc.

The new name enables OVH Energy leverages on the brand equity it has built over many years as Oando Marketing Limited, and the strength of its new shareholders, arming itself with the impetus required to continue to play a leading role in the downstream industry.

OVH Energy is proud to continue offering its customers sustainable high quality products and services including supply reliability, technical expertise and unmatched customer services nationwide, and across the West-African sub-region. We reiterate our commitment to safe and environmentally responsible business practices.

With this corporate recapitalization and restructure, the company will continue in its drive to lead other players in the downstream sector in Nigeria and across the sub-region