Kampuchea Tela Company was established in 1993. At that time, the company’s name was Kandal Import Export (Kadimex). Due to our continuous growth and in response to the demands of the free market, the company changed the nature of its business, as well as its name, from Kadimex to Kampuchea Tela Company in 1995. In the year 2004 Tela.
built the second terminal in Shihanouk Ville is one of the biggest and modernize terminal and has the biggest distribution network to supply fuel to industrial customers and consumers. Today, Kampuchea Tela has 743 retail outlets and service stations nationwide, and its capable of supplying the local and regional markets.
“Tela” is the given name by the highly esteemed supreme patriarch CHUON Nath, which is the short form of “Telsela”, which means Petroleum. The company logo has a five headed and a fire breathing dragon. The five headed dragon symbolize unity and strength, and the fire symbolize energy to energize the power of high performance and everlasting energy to its people and customers in Cambodia and the region. That's how Tela has its slogan "POWER FOR ENERGY"