You have what it takes to transform KPC

KPC Managing Director Joe Sang has told company staff that they have what it takes to transform KPC into Africa’s premier oil and gas company irrespective of their rank and position in the corporate hierarchy. He said that the company is looking to a very illustrious future having invested over Shs 60 billion in mega projects that are designed to improve the quality of lives of the Kenyan people.
“The projects that we are currently implementing mainly target enhancement of the national petroleum distribution and storage efficiency and capacity. Once complete, these interventions will significantly lower the cost of living of Kenyans,” Sang told staff in pump station number 4 in Manyani recently during a companywide tour to interact with staff.
“Mine is an open door policy and that’s why I am here today to have a conversation on how to make KPC the company of choice as far as national and regional oil and gas trade is concerned. As the company’s most important investment, you are now fully empowered to make decisions in your respective stations as the company readies herself for massive growth in the coming years,” he told staff in Mombasa while fielding questions from members of staff.

So far, the MD has held a series of town hall and roundtable sessions in Mombasa, Samburu, Maungu, Manyani and Mtito Andei. He has also gone to Makindu, Sultan Hamud, Konza, Ngema, Morendat and Nakuru with Eldoret and Kisumu visits lined up later this month. During these forums, staff have had the opportunity to raise a raft of issues which the MD promised prompt follow ups and actions by management in a bid to improve staff welfare. Most of the issues bordered on welfare and development such as training, remuneration, promotions, staff shortage, implementation of the new organizational structure and work place environment.

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