Plenoil gasolineras

Plenoil joins the CHP with the aim of continuing to offer the best price outside of Spain.

José Rodríguez de Arellano, CEO de Plenoil, y Coro López-Barrón, directora gerente de la Cámara de Comercio Hispano Portuguesa, firman la entrada de Plenoil en la organización

Plenoil signs as a Gold member to join the Spanish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce and offer the best prices outside of Spain.

The leading market automatic gas station company, Plenoil, joined the Spanish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce this past Thursday with the aim of continuing to grow in our neighboring country.

This past Thursday, the company’s CEO, José Rodríguez de Arellano, signed the entry into this organization as a Gold member at the organization’s headquarters. This category is focused on companies with a strong presence in the Iberian market and that demonstrate their commitment to creating Hispano-Portuguese relationships. Rodríguez de Arellano also had the opportunity to have discussions with Coro López-Barrón, executive managing director of CHP. In this meeting, they discussed topics such as the evolution of the company or the current socio-economic situation in both countries. Joining the corporation is of great importance to the company, which already has more than 170 gas stations around Spain. It represents a differentiating element for the external growth it is already experiencing.

Who is CHP?

The Spanish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce (CHP) was founded in 1971 with the aim of supporting companies with interests in the Spanish-Portuguese markets. It is also a non-profit organization with more than 50 years of experience in the business market. The creation of this organization is based on four main points:

  • Promoting economic and industrial relations between Spain and Portugal.
  • Defending the interests of the associates.
  • Stimulating bonds of friendship, cultural, tourist, and social ties.
  • Establishing links between both countries with similar markets.

Spain has a social context similar to that of Portugal, making this country of great interest to Spanish entrepreneurs who want to continue growing.