MOL Romania, the local branch of the Hungarian petroleum group MOL, this year has begun a project entailing the construction of restaurants within its petrol stations with a high flow of customers.
The restaurants will be called Servus. „The Servus brand is not connected to the stores in the petrol stations. It is a separate project and a new initiative for the MOL network: a non-stop restaurant, where customers can eat hot meals or order takeaway food. In MOL Servus, clients will also have access to wireless Internet services,” stated representatives of MOL Romania.
The strategy embraced by MOL is in line with the current trend of adapting petrol stations into service centers for customers. Apart from the Servus restaurant, other concepts currently on the market include Viva operated by Petrom, and OMV and Hei, which is under Rompetrol management. Their services include hot food and beverages, as well as Internet access.„ The MOL-project began this year, and so far there is just one Servus restaurant. We are thinking about launching this concept in popular transit locations,” added the representatives of MOL. (petrolplaza.com)