The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has entered into a partnership with NIMEX Petroleum Group to import 100,000 metric tonnes of petroleum products to drive Federal Government’s deregulation policy, Leadership reports.
This was contained in a statement issued by IPMAN’s National President, Mr Obasi Lawson. The statement said that the importation would be done by the group and it would be distributed to IPMAN’s members across the country to argument supply received from the NNPC and other sources.
The statement quoted the IPMAN president as saying that the arrangement would make petrol available in the
country, adding that the quantum of petrol received from NNPC was not sufficient for its members. It said that this strategic relationship established with NIMEX Petroleum Group would help to improve the supply chain of petroleum products in the country.