Shell Philippines bounces back by giving back
To help some communities make their own comeback, Shell Philippines is giving something back to its customers and communities as they celebrate their comeback while the ban has been eased.
Although Shell Select, the oil company has partnered with local entrepreneurs to improve their livelihood by offering local and regional products in limited stores.
These offerings are part of Shell's effort to serve the local community.
Besides that, Shell GO + has improved the PUV drivers by awarding 400 points to those who are part of its most active member base.
The points can be used to purchase Select grade fuel or shell quality items. To date, Shell has provided a total of 3.2 million pesetas, efforts to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on drivers on the road are ongoing.
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In addition, drivers will be able to take advantage of two location-specific special offers in the coming weeks: the Get Gas, the Get Bigas offer, which is available at Shell stations outside of Metro Manila, and the award-based Greater Manila (GMA) program.
Customers can get a kilo of rice for petrol from Shell FuelSave worth P2,000 or Shell V-Power worth P1,500.
Shell customers can refuel and claim their free kilos of rice immediately with a valid receipt. This adds to the points earned for the SM Advantage Card and GO + points for customers. This promo runs until July 15th.
On the other hand, those who are within GMA will receive items worth P20 for every P750 purchase from Shell FuelSave and P500 worth Shell V-Power.
This offer - also available until July 15th - includes discounts on Shell lubricants or oil change packages, snacks at Shell Select or items from the Shell Shop.
As the country gradually relaxes the restrictions, Shell Philippines does not slow down the development of security measures for the new normal scenario.
With its technology and updated guidelines, Shell wants to be the benchmark for safety in mobility as they recover more.
To ensure security, Shell takes stricter security measures for its employees and customers.
At the beginning, health checks are carried out for employees and partner companies before the shift begins. All employees, including those in the Grease Bay and Shell Select, have been trained in all appropriate hygiene and COVID-19 prevention measures. You will be reminded to wash your hands regularly and thoroughly. Additional precautionary measures such as alcohol-based disinfectants take place on the forecourt.
Shell station personnel must wear personal protective equipment such as face masks, while others wear face shields for additional protection.
To provide easy access to regular hand washing, selected Shell stations have provided washing areas to keep frequently touched surfaces and high traffic areas such as pumps, shop doors, payment terminals and other public areas such as customer toilets clean.
Meals and snacks at Shell Select, Shell Deli2go and partner establishments on the premises ensure proper food safety and handling.
Contactless payments such as GCash are accepted at 283 Shell stations in the Philippines.
"We want to make sure our people are safe without compromising our customer service," said Randy Del Valle, Pilipinas Shell's vice president of retail.
"We also appeal to our customers to adhere to the correct social distance label so that we can protect each other during the GCQ."
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