Asis Automation Hosts Officials from Ghana National Petroleum Authority (NPA) in Istanbul
Officials from the Ghana National Petroleum Authority (NPA) and representatives from Rock Africa, Asis's business partner in Ghana, arrived in Istanbul for a project status assessment and discussion of new projects. The program was organized by Asis Automation, the sole technology provider for automation to both the Ghana National Petroleum Authority and Asis's business partner in Ghana. Asis Automation hosted the group of seven from Ghana in Istanbul, providing comprehensive information on fuel automation usage and Asis Automation technologies.
The program began with a meeting with the officials of the Ghana National Petroleum Authority (NPA), during which the guests visited Asis Automation's headquarters, R&D center, Mekser pump factory, and fuel stations. The second part of the program included visits to historical and cultural sites in Istanbul, providing the team with information about Turkish culture and cuisine.
The meetings, attended by senior executives of Asis Automation and officials from the Ghana National Petroleum Authority (NPA), focused on discussions of central management systems for all stations, such as the POL Online Central Management Systems, which go beyond data collection from stations and are web-based. During these meetings, there were discussions about enhancing collaboration between the Ghana National Petroleum Authority (NPA) and Asis Automation.
Artun Tanrıyaşükür, the Sales and Marketing Manager at Asis, expressed satisfaction in hosting the officials from the Ghana National Petroleum Authority, highlighting that the partnership initiated last year encompassed the installation of automation systems in 4,000 stations in Ghana.
This visit has strengthened the collaboration between the Ghana National Petroleum Authority (NPA) and Asis Automation, highlighting the importance of national-scale technological collaboration. The partnership with Ghana has increased confidence in local and national technologies, further enhancing Asis Automation's international prestige.
Officials from the Ghana National Petroleum Authority (NPA) were impressed by the effectiveness of Asis's technological solutions. The meetings provided them with comprehensive insights into current trends and innovations in the fuel sector, allowing them to closely follow the latest technological developments in the industry. Additionally, they emphasized their confidence in Asis's solutions, expressing their commitment to taking further steps to strengthen their collaboration.
Asis Automation has been serving the fuel sector for 23 years, exporting to over 50 countries worldwide. The company's automation systems support over 100 distribution companies globally and are used in approximately 11,000 stations. Moreover, CalibeX, which has played a pioneering role in fuel tank calibration with laser technology, is recognized as a significant breakthrough in the industry. Officials from the Ghana National Petroleum Authority (NPA) reiterated their confidence in Asis's technological solutions, expressing their belief in the company's success.