Independent oil player Cleanfuel has opened its latest station in the country’s shoe capital, Marikina City.
Situated at JP Rizal corner Narra Street in Barangay Nangka, the newest station is designed to provide its products and services to Marikeños and nearby areas such as San Mateo, Montalban in Rizal, Batasan Hills, and Matandang Balara in Quezon City, as well as Concepcion Uno and Parang in Marikina City.
According to its statement, Cleanfuel (Nangka) Marikina is “ready to assist motorists in their daily motoring needs with topnotch fuel such as Clean 91, Premium 95, and Euro-4 diesel.”
“Motorists in the locale are expected to experience and enjoy Cleanfuel’s first-class amenities including clean and spacious air-conditioned restrooms, air and water services, digital tire inflator with pressure gauge, leasing, and cashless payments that accommodate a number of credit cards as well,” the company noted.
Aside from that, motorists going to Cleanfuel Marikina are also urged to sign up to their VIP rewards program. Given free to motorists, the membership-based system is designed to help its customers gassing up at any Cleanfuel station avail giveaways and discounts to partner establishments.
Just like other stations of the brand, Cleanfuel Marikina is mindful in following safety health protocols to ensure the protection and safety of customers and its workforce against the dreaded COVID-19. This includes the wearing of face masks and face shields, thermal scanning of personnel, social distancing, disinfection of workstations, hand washing, and cashless payments.
Cleanfuel President Jesus Suntay said that the company's goal is to bolster consumer confidence to spur economic growth.
“Making ‘Quality Fuel for Less’ more accessible is part of our numerous initiatives to help the local economy gain traction further. For the past years, we are committed to expand and strengthen our retail network in NCR and provinces. This is a good opportunity for us to grow our customer base while helping motorists with their fuel needs,” Suntay said.
“Also, opening the Marikina station is significant for our company as this is our first station to open here in Marikina, which is an important market for Cleanfuel,” he added.
Relatedly, the Cleanfuel chief revealed that the company is planning to inaugurate another station next week following today’s station opening.
Photos from Cleanfuel