Caltex opens three new service stations in Central Luzon

Caltex, marketed by Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI), continues to expand its retail network in key growth regions by operating three new service stations in Central Luzon.

The newly opened Caltex stations are located in Iba, Zambales; Mariveles, Bataan; and Moncada, Tarlac, all surrounding the dynamic cities of Clark and Subic. The development of commerce in Clark and movement of manufacturing companies and cargo services to Subic pose an opportunity for Caltex to provide safe quality fuels such as Caltex with Techron in Central Luzon.

“As new businesses form in Central Luzon areas with high economic potential, Chevron continues to be aggressive with its efforts to expand retail operations. Taking our products and services closer to our customers is a step forward in fulfilling our promise to make safe and quality fuels and lubricants more accessible to the Filipino community,” said CPI Country Chairman Louie Zhang.

Now Euro4 compliant, Caltex with Techron works molecule by molecule to prevent deposits from forming in vital engine parts and removes deposits left behind by inferior-quality fuel. Techron’s cleaning power gives motorists the five-star benefits of maximized power, lower emissions, and better fuel economy for a smoother and more reliable performance.

Motorists can gas up with Caltex’s loyalty reward cards, such as the Robinsons Rewards Card and the HappyPlus Card, to get amazing prizes and discounts. To find the nearest Caltex station, customers may use the stations locator on the Caltex website at

Caltex, the retail brand of Chevron Philippines Inc., offers high quality products and services. There are close to 700 service stations strategically scattered throughout the Philippine archipelago and employees working in several areas of business such as Marketing, Lubricants and Terminal operations. 

Topics: Caltex , Chevron Philippines Inc. , service stations , Central Luzon , Louie Zhang
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