Convenience, savings and special perks await customers who will gas up at the new Caltex service station located within the newly opened Landers Superstore in Paco, Manila. Caltex’s newest filling station will cater exclusively to the registered members of the superstore.
Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI), marketer of the Caltex brand of fuels and lubricants, recently partnered with Landers to offer the convenience of fueling up within the superstore compound. The partnership will entitle Landers’ members discounts and other privileges at Caltex. Cardholders can enjoy a P2.00 per liter discount on gasoline purchases and a discount of P1.50 per liter of diesel.
To start availing the markdown price on Caltex products in this service station, interested shoppers may sign up for a Landers Superstore membership and pay the P800 annual fee. Landers Superstore is the country’s newest chain of membership superstores offering a mix of top-notch imported and local products including grocery items, electronics, apparel, health and beauty products, items for the home, and much more.
Chevron’s continuous network expansion in the country aims to provide motorists convenient access to clean, quality and Euro 4 compliant fuels by opening more stations in strategic locations. The newly opened Caltex service station in Paco, Manila is an addition to Caltex’s growing retail service station network across the country. This year, Caltex has opened almost 10 stations in strategic locations all over the Philippines, and is targeting to open a total of more than 30 outlets for the year.
Caltex fuels, including Caltex Silver with Techron, Caltex Platinum with Techron, Caltex Diesel with Techron are all designed to deliver lower emissions, higher performance and cleaner engines.
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