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Caltex opens MCX outlet

Caltex, marketed by Chevron Philippines Inc has opened its latest service station along Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway in Muntinlupa City. Motorists traversing the road from Muntinlupa to Cavite can now avail of premium quality Euro-4 fuel products and fast service within the station which can cater up to 12 cars fuelling up at the same time. 

Caltex opens MCX outlet
Caltex latest service station caters to  all motorists particularly those  traversing  the Mintinlupa-Cavite Expressway.
MCX, a 4KM, 4-lane toll road, provides an alternate route for motorists coming from Metro Manila to Cavite and vice versa. The road also provides access to the National Bilibid Prison  property which will be redeveloped into a residential, commercial and institutional estate.  

 “Caltex is always aiming to bring better travel experience to motorists and this can be expected at the newly opened Caltex station along Manila-Cavite Expressway. High quality Euro 4 fuel products, less waiting time for gassing up and more exciting promos and rewards—that’s what customers can get from the new service site,” said Louie Zhang, CPI country manager.      

More good news awaits motorists this June! Cardholders of Happyplus, Robinsons Rewards and MVP     Rewards can get double rewards points when they fuel up at Caltex MCX. They simply need to present their choice rewards card to avail the promo. Points earned from the rewards can be used to redeem food products, to shop and do groceries and even to pay for their next fuel purchase at Caltex.

Topics: Caltex , Chevron Philippines , Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway , MCX outlet
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