Fuels produced at the LOTOS Group refinery in Gdańsk are sold on the domestic retail market exclusively through the network of own and partner service stations. On the wholesale market, however, the buyers of the products include multinationals, the Material Reserves Agency and the Military Property Agency, domestic wholesale buyers, and independent operators. At the end of 2021, there were 520 service stations with the LOTOS logo operating in Poland. As part of this network, the LOTOS Group also had 30 Service Areas (MOP) at the A1, A2, A4 and A6 motorways and S3 and S7 expressways. In this area the Group cooperates with a third-party partner, the Subway restaurant chain, on a corporate franchise basis. The LOTOS Group also supplies its products to customers via railroads through its company LOTOS Kolej.
Apart from transporting LOTOS Group’s products, LOTOS Kolej also provides transport of other goods, including hazardous ones. Among others, the Company has a contract with the Polish Armed Forces to transport F34 aviation fuel. As regards fuel distribution, Grupa LOTOS also uses a modern fuel terminal for road tankers located in Czechowice-Dziedzice and fuel depots in Poznań, Piotrków Trybunalski and Rypin.