THE Fiji Fuel Retailers Association will try and resolve some price control issues when they meet next week.
"We still have some price control issues to resolve, but that is not stopping us from looking to the future," Baljeet Singh, the association president said.
Colin Long, a senior executive of the leading Australian service station organisation, will be chief guest speaker at the annual general meeting to be held next Wednesday at the Warwick Fiji Resort.
Mr Long is assistant general manager operations and marketing with the Service Station Association, a division of the Motor Traders Association of New South Wales.
"We will be seeking ideas and advice from Mr Long based on his experience in Australia. It is then a question of adapting this to our Fiji situation," Mr Singh said.
He added that one of the FFRA priorities was to consider how to grow relationships with suppliers of goods and services to fuel stations.
FFRA members operate 72 service stations throughout Fiji. Many of them also have convenience stores on site.
Mr Long's association has 500 members in New South Wales which has over 1800 service stations.