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Shah Enterprise CEO Imran Shah Announces Companies Ambitions to Continue Expanding Worldwide Operations in 2022

New York, New York–(Newsfile Corp. – July 27, 2022) – New Jersey based Shah Enterprises, and CEO Imran Shah, announces the companies ambitions to continue expanding operations worldwide in 2022. The enterprise’s holdings currently include Shah Petroleum, Aaliyah farm truck stop, Air Shah Jets and an international real estate portfolio valued at over $100 Million USD. 

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With steady inclines in profits reported by the company over the past few years. The company states it plans to expand its holdings in various new sectors worldwide later this year. While continuing to focus nationwide on its petroleum interests, Shah, a first generation American born to parents of Pakistani and Hawaiian decent, has grown to be become a major player in the gas station business throughout New Jersey and the tristate area. Building his empire over the past ten years. Shah and the Shah Enterprises also express interest in continuing to pursue their philanthropy and charity work; often giving back to the same community and shelters Shah grew up in.

Edwin Navarrete
The Navarrete Group
516 492 6151
https://www.shahenterprisenj.com/

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