Puma handholds Batswana into aviation fuel

Open doors: Puma has pledged to open up the industry to citizens
Open doors: Puma has pledged to open up the industry to citizens

Puma Energy, the dominant player in the country’s aviation fuel sector, has initiated talks with commercial banks to help finance Batswana into aviation fuel transportation.

On Wednesday, Puma Managing Director Dominic Dhanah said the company has started to recruit citizen-owned companies to form partnerships with Batswana who want to venture into fuel transportation.

“The development is part of our Project Maatlafatsa in which we seek to drive sustainable change in the fuel sector by empowering the locals,” he said during a briefing. “As part of the project, we will be training and empowering locals to be part of the aviation value chain.”

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