Puma Energy leaves Repsol a profitable operation with a portfolio of industrial clients in Lima and its provinces, as well as 26 service stations.
"We are an innovative and agile company; our integrated supply chain allows us the flexibility to take advantage of the opportunities offered by those markets where there is a need to guarantee the supply of quality fuel," says Rodrigo Zavala, Puma Energy’s CEO for the Americas. "That's how we ventured into Peru more than two years ago, a market that at that time presented growth and an interesting potential for the company," continues Zavala.
Currently, Puma Energy is present in 12 countries in the Americas, where it has consolidated itself in key sectors such as: aviation, industrial supply and retail, with a network of more than 1,300 service stations with top-tier quality gasoline. It is growing strongly with a differentiated offer of Puma Lubricants and PumaGas, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).