Shell Ukraine restores the site’s operation near Velyka Dymerka
Shell Ukraine is pleased to announce the restoration of site operation near Velyka Dymerka on the M01 highway, which connects Kyiv and Chernihiv. The site was destroyed in March 2022 during the battles for the Kyiv oblasts. After restoration, it has become even more functional and is ready to welcome car drivers and travelers again.
The renovated site has everything you need for a comfortable trip. In particular, drivers can refuel their cars with high-quality fuel: A-95 gasoline, diesel fuel, LPG. Premium Shell line – V-Power 95, V-Power Racing 100 and V-Power Diesel– is also available. For drivers of electric vehicles the site is equipped with an EV charger by Yasno E-mobility, which has an AC power of 22 kW and is equipped with a Type-2 connector.
It is important for Shell not only to provide high-quality services and products, but also to be an inclusive company. Therefore, the renovation of the site near Velyka Dymerka took place taking into account accessibility for low mobile populations. With the care for the environment, Shell Team has also installed an economical lighting system of the siteterritory and premises.
“I am very glad to see our rebuilt fuel site, which was destroyed. Shell Ukraine team did all possible to rebuilt and open fuel site for our customers in reasonable timeframes. We are glad that our customers can visit us again in Velyka Dymerka,” said Peter Kerekgyarto, CEO of Shell Ukraine.
At Shell site near Velyka Dymerka, drivers and travelers can also relax and recharge with delicious food and drinks in the soft landing area of the Shell Café. There is also a spacious store at the site, where you can buy everything you need for your car or trip.
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About Shell Ukraine
Shell Mobility business entered the Ukrainian market in 2007 and is part of the Central and Eastern European cluster of Shell Mobility. To date, Shell Ukraine employs around 1,600 people. The network of Shell-branded fuel sites consists of 131 stations in 20 oblasts of Ukraine, offering its customers high-quality motor fuel products, including Shell V-Power fuel, diesel and LPG, as well as a wide range of Convenience Retailing goods, fresh food and beverages products.
In an effort to meet the expectations of a growing number of Ukrainian electric vehicle owners, more than 14% of Shell’s network have electric vehicle charging modules installed.
Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies with 93,000 employees in more than 70 countries. Renowned for over 100 years of experience in fuel development, Shell uses advanced technologies and innovation to help build a sustainable energy future. Shell also invests in power, including from low-carbon sources such as wind and solar; and new fuel for transport, such as advanced biofuels and hydrogen.