Puma Energy buys Colombia’s Save Combustibles SAS

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Puma recently entered the Colombian market.

Puma recently entered the Colombian market.

Puma Energy, the globally integrated midstream and downstream energy company, recently announced the acquisition of 100 percent of the shares of Save Combustibles, SAS, the purchase includes all its assets, sales and distribution facilities. Save Combustibles is a Colombian supplier of more than 135 service stations.

With this first step into the Colombian market, Puma Energy will maintain our focused strategy of connecting supply from International markets to local distribution demand, company executives said.

“We have a clear focus: we are a global Energy Company and we offer high quality products in a safe, swift and reliable way, at a competitive price,” said Rodrigo Zavala, Puma Energy’s COO for the Americas.

“We’re a proud group of professionals with an ambitious attitude. This is the reason behind our rapid growth and capacity to satisfy customer needs in all markets in which we operate”.

Formed in 1997 in Central America, Puma Energy is active in close to 45 countries, and has more than 7,400 employees.

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