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PETROLEUM TRADING* In Order to fulfill the local demand of steadily going Myanmar Petrol Market, Manaw Thitar Co.,Ltd, our main foundation of SBP Group of companies, commenced operation in 1996 with two others companies to support the operation. We take pride in being the pioneer petroleum trading company, working with suppliers from overseas to provide our customers with high quality petroleum. we distribute various type of gasoil and mogas (Octane). We had imported over 20,000 to 60,000 metric tons petroleum products every month based on demands. With over 20 years of experience, we are one of the leading companies in this industry.* We distribute throughout Myanmar with our own 65 tank truck and 28 barges. We had depots in Yangon region, Mandalay division, Sagaing Division and Kachin State. Our main focus is wholesales and distribution but we also have retail petrol stations.PETROL RETAIL STATION* In 2010, MPPE (Myanmar Petroleum Products Enterprise) started opening the sector to the private sector by privatizing 216 states owned petrol stations across the country. This has paved the way for private companies like us to step into the market, since then the market has been growing up a CAGR (Compounded Annual Group Rate). 18% since 2010. With the government recognition of our experience and success in the petroleum trading sector, they had entrusted us with 16 petrol stations by the ministry of energy. To this day we have expended to 29 petrol stations nationwide build a wide network of retail stations and commercial businesses and a one stop service provider for our customer. Nowadays, Shwe Byain Phyu Group of Companies has been recognized as one of the market leader in Myanmar's petroleum trading sector.* Shwe Byain Phyu company's retail stations are established under the brand "SBP Oil." For well over decades, Shwe Byain Phyu has been supplying quality products services to customers in Myanmar. Our future plan for retail is to open more than 70 petrol stations throughout Myanmar by 2021.