The Company



Kilani and Andrawos station was founded in 1958 as one of the first Petrol stations in the south of Lebanon with services limited to selling Petroleum Products and Oil, and Car washing.

In 2000, the expansion started, opening up two new stations, Husam Station located next to Bahaa Mosque in Eastern Boulevard in the city of Sidon, and Check and Wash station located in Eastern Boulevaard next to the Alfa mobile operator (A specialty center for car washing, oil change and car accessories, diversified also to home carpet cleaning).

The insistence and persistence of Mr. Fadi Kilani to achieve an ultimate goal expressed in mastering and excelling in the entrepreneurial profession, his belief in business specialization and sub-specialization framed with international standards and industry best practices and succeeding to effectively direct the team’s managerial and technical efforts towards achieving the same objective and vision, as well as believing in the absolute value that will be added not only tp the car services industry but to the entire economy in Saida and its suburbs,all to gether, led to the birth and information of solid and professional organizational structure in 2006.

The success was based on the company credibility among our customers and partners, we always pushed to have a transparent and a healthy relationship with our customers and partners, involving them and partnering to develop the best quality and services aiming of being pioneer in this industry, these policy and strategy have contributed on building up the equity of Kilani group.



Kilani Group is committed to deliver the best service quality in Petroleum, Oil products and in real estate detachments and constuction, through launching the purest and qualities row material of petroleum products in local market, and implement international standards in executing the service


  • Creation of a renewable added value in our services for the customers and partners.
  • Developing services and new production lines, unifying all the group’s subsidiaries.
  • Managing the group through an organized staff, working under a sophisticated institutional structure.


Gas station attendant at work

To serve the society by supporting it economically, environmentally and its humanity, facilitating new work opportunities for as much numbers of citizen.

  • Honest and loyalty in our commercial transactions
  • Transparency with customers and partners
  • Work as a team with one vision and mission
  • Train leaders to provide a dedicated service and lead to develop economy for the wealth of our company
  • Reinstate and reinforce the upscale Islamic thoughts in the business world, moving the economy wheels as per the Islamic system and expand the mutual trust and respect culture in service industry, reinstalling the concept of the friendly environment and society responsibility
We Are Good

Our Features

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Always open 24/7

Call 07/727959 / 07/724558

  • Department of Financial Management – Chief Financial Officer: a. Hassan Nayfeh – ext: 104
  • Department of customers, purchases and sales – trade official: a. Abdul-known – ext: 112

The Group identified and is entertaining and operating five types of business entities,

  1. Chain of Petrol Stations
  2. Petroleum products- retailing and distributing
  3. Spare parts and Products for Maintenance for Motor vechicle – Retailing and distribution
  4. Real Estate and Infrastructure Construction
  5. Second hand Motor Vehicle Retailing
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Adopting new management techniques and keeping up to provide new services to the customers within the principle of the quality of work.Organizing awareness, training and responsibility programs specially for the principal employees in our stations and that is to add a sense of responsibility towards consumer rights and the basis to their service.

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Tips & Advice


The customer checks the oil level and add oil when there is a lack.Oil is essential to reduce friction and mechanical loss, so it is necessary to consider the following: timeliness oil change and to keep the oil level where it should be, and the engine that contains a good level of oil does not need a lot of energy to run different pieces and therefore consumes less fuel.


Good Weather – During daylight with good, dry roads and low traffic volume, you can ensure you’re a safe distance from the car ahead of you by following the “three-second rule.” Inclement Weather, Heavy Traffic, or Night-Time Driving – In heavy traffic, at night, or when weather conditions are not ideal, double the three second rule to six seconds, for added safety. Poor Weather – If the weather conditions are very poor, start by tripling the three second rule to nine seconds to determine a safe following distance. Tailgating – Following a vehicle too closely is called ‘tailgating’. Tailgating is an agressive driving behaviour that is easily mistaken for road rage. Use the three-second rule to avoid tailgating.


Tires are one of the most important parts on your car. Tires not properly inflated will wear out quickly, waste fuel, and can cause a collision. Under-inflation creates excessive heat, and can lead to tire failure, which could result in vehicle damage and/or serious injury or death.Statistics and research on transportation indicate that due to tire under-inflation, at least 260,000 accidents happen per year


Bad Thermostat — Severe engine overheating can often damage a good thermostat. Cooling system leaks — Loss of coolant because of a coolant leak is probably the most common cause of engine overheating. Leaky Head Gasket — Bad news because repairs are expensive. A leaky head gasket can allow coolant to seep into the engine’s cylinders or crankcase. Fan Not Working — With mechanical fans, most engine overheating problems are caused by a faulty fan clutch


Have your car tuned regularly. An engine tune-up can improve car fuel economy by an average of 1 mile per gallon.Keep your tires properly inflated. Under-inflated tired can decrease fuel economy by up to 1 mile per gallon.Slow down. The faster you drive, the more gasoline your car uses.Driving at 65 miles per hour rather than 55 miles per hour reduces fuel economy by about 2 miles per gallon.


Know your route and keep abreast of weather conditions Drink plenty of water. Eat enough food Pack a winter travel safety kit. Slow down. Keep a light touch on the controls. Know how to recover from skids. Keep your tires in good condition and properly inflated. Make frequent rest stops. If you get stuck, stay in your vehicle

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