Investor contributes to growth in North
24 September, 2014, 12:00 am
FROM a well-facilitated shopping mall to a 24-hour bowser service, Jimmy’s Service Station at Vulovi in Labasa aims to deliver the best to the people in the North.
While the major facelifts were being done to the double-storey complex, owner Nazim Shah said the one-stop shop was expected to benefit the Northerners.
“I have just added four bowsers and bakery into my business and so far, everything is progressing just fine,” he said.
“People from walks of life have been taking advantage of my service and I am happy that they choose Jimmy’s Service Station over other renowned supermarkets in town.
“My workers are also building flats that will be rented out to the general public.
“This is another milestone for my business and I am looking forward to more developments in the future.
“My business does not only employ ordinary people but also four inmates from the Vaturekuka Corrections Centre as part of the agreement my business signed with the Corrections Service.”
Even though business had just opened mid last year, Mr Shah said they had recorded a lot of sales.
“I would like to thank Pacific Energy, the Commissioner of Corrections and HFC Bank for their continuous support.”