Shell Ukraine is pleased to announce the reopening of its fuel site near Velyka Dymerka town on the M01 highway, which connects Kyiv and Chernihiv. The fuel site was destroyed in March 2022 during the battle for the Kyiv oblast. After restoration, it has become even more functional and is ready to welcome car drivers and travelers again.
At the renovated fuel site, visitors are offered everything necessary for a comfortable trip. In particular, drivers can refuel their cars with high-quality A-95, diesel and LPG. Shell premium fuels – V-Power 95, V-Power Racing 100 and V-Power Diesel – are also available. For electric vehicles drivers there is a charging station by Yasno E-mobility, which has a capacity of AC 22 kW and is equipped with a Type-2 connector.
For Shell, it is important not only to provide high-quality services and products, but also to be an inclusive company. Therefore, the fuel site near Velyka Dymerka was renovated to meet the accessibility needs of persons with reduced mobility. With care for the environment, Shell Team has also installed an energy-efficient lighting system on the fuel site’s territory 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, General Director of Shell Ukraine.
At the Shell fuel site near Velyka Dymerka, drivers and travelers can also relax and recharge with delicious food and drinks in the sitting area of the Shell Café. There is also a spacious store at the site, where visitors can buy everything necessary for their car or trip.