Solgas resellers meet to discuss LPG business

ROSEAU – Fort Young was the venue for a major SOLGAS resellers meeting planned through the distributor in Dominica HHV Whitchurch & Company Ltd with support from SOL EC LTD.  More than 50 resellers from the SOLGAS resellers network across the country were in attendance.  CEO of HHV Whitchurch and Company Ltd., Mr. Gerry Aird, delivered the welcome address and thanked resellers for their support over the years.

He observed that HHV Whitchurch was celebrating its 100th year in business servicing the people of Dominica and it was through the support of partners such as the SOLGAS resellers which has contributed to the longevity of the business.  Mr. Aird further stated that there were many challenges confronting the business and acknowledged that the timing of the forum was opportune as the subject matter scheduled to be discussed at the forum could help to address some of the challenges which the resellers were experiencing.

General Manager for SOL EC LTD., Mrs. Eugenie Dalson also took the opportunity to outline to the resellers some of the key changes which the business was undergoing and articulated the commitment of SOL EC LTD to contribute meaningfully and positively to the further development of Dominica.

The Sol Group is the Caribbean’s largest independent oil company, operating in 17 countries across the Eastern Caribbean, Guyana, Suriname, Belize, Puerto Rico and Haiti. Sol supplies fuels, lubricants, bitumen and LPG through an extensive service station network, marine, aviation and commercial operations; and acts as agent for Shell Marine products. Sol uses the Shell brand under license across its service station network, and acts as the sole distributor of Shell’s fuels and lubricants. This is fully backed by Shell’s world-class technical expertise. For more information, visit


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  1. Cassandra
    June 16, 2010

    Alba or not, all I want to know is whether I get a refund on my Sol “read Shell” cylinder when they decide throw in the towel to our state owned company.

  2. Me
    June 16, 2010


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