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Delta Akaryakıt

Key highlights

● Delta Akaryakit operates a network of 110 stations as at the end of March 2014.
● 45 years exclusive rights to the GULF fuel and lubricants brand.
● The company posseses 0.5% share in the fuel distribution market in Turkey.
● High profitability:
• Location strategy
- In counties or city suburbs
- Distant to discount competition
• Selective dealer profile strategy, with focus given to experienced, local, reputable and financially strong dealerships
● High technical standards at stations:
• Extensive underground infrastructure
• Large capex on structures
● Distribution of high-tech lubricant products in Turkey.
● Synergies with Delta’s vertically integrated petroleum services business.
● Member of PETDER, Turkey’s agenda-setting petroleum industry association.

Company Overview

● Gulf Oil has been a leader in the international petroleum industry for over a century.
● Leveraging the Gulf station network and its motivated, experienced sales force, Delta is building a quality network in the rapidly growing Turkish retail market.
● Existing petrol stations in Turkey are mainly located in the Aegean, Eastern Marmara and Central Anatolia region.
● World-class expertise and multinational experience have enabled Gulf to create one of the World’s largest lubricant portfolios with more than 100 distributors in Turkey.

www.gulf.com.tr

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