Cleanfuel adapts to “New Normal” ensures safety to all customers
MANILA – While Filipinos are slowly adjusting and coping with the challenges brought by the Covid-19 pandemic, Cleanfuel, the leading independent oil company, ensures all its customers that the company has already adapted to the current “New Normal” from safety protocols of stations—which include wearing of face masks and face shields, thermal scanning of personnel, social distancing, sanitation of employees, disinfection of workstations, hand washing, and cashless payments.
Prior to their respective duties, Cleanfuel station employees are checked to see if they are healthy and fit to make sure that they can carry out their tasks properly and virus-free. Pump attendants and cashiers are asked to properly wash their hands and regularly disinfect their surroundings so that possible transmission is kept at nil. All station employees have also been oriented properly on how to keep their areas clean, sanitized, and thoroughly disinfected. Each of them follows the mandatory wearing of personal protective equipment (PPE) such as face masks to put another layer of protection.
Since the start of the lockdown, Cleanfuel stations are also practicing contactless payment through long-time partners, Paymaya and GCash. Yet these measures are just the start of how Cleanfuel wanted to reach to their beloved clients. Through their Cleanfuel VIP rewards, cardholders earn points while gassing up. For every liter of fuel purchased, the customer is rewarded with one point in their VIP cards that would help them get variety of reward items ranging from home appliances, apparel, sacks of rice, to gadgets. Non-VIP members can also avail a VIP card by visiting online at www.cleanfuel.ph to sign up for FREE card registration.
Meanwhile, customers who wanted to change the oil of their vehicles can also avail the online purchase of Motul 15W40 through https://www.cleanfuel.ph/motul-online-order/ as part of Cleanfuel’s adapting to the new normal system.
All Cleanfuel stations offer Motul 15W40 engine oil that is designed for gasoline/diesel, LPG, Turbo or naturally aspirated engines. Those who are eyeing to purchase this product may reserve via online and then pick up the product at the nearest Cleanfuel station. Payment for the said product can be settled through numerous options such as credit card, GCash, Paymaya or cash method.
Cleanfuel offers high-quality fuel and lubricants including Clean91, Premium 95 gasoline,
Euro-4 diesel, and AutoLPG—all designed to deliver excellent mileage and better performance to your vehicles. All stations nationwide are open 24/7, and offer credit card services and cashless modes of payment such as GCash and Paymaya.
And since the brand, known for its “quality fuel for less”, all Cleanfuel stations offer top-tier fuel products that are less than the normal market price.
“Filipinos are resilient. As a nation, we need to rise above all the adversities and remain strong during these tough times. We, at Cleanfuel, are more than willing to help as much as we can while facing all the trials of the new normal. Because altogether, we can Beat COVID-19,” said, Atty. Bong Suntay, President of Cleanfuel.
The company has been at the forefront of the efforts to combat mobility issues during the lockdown. In the early parts of the lockdown, Cleanfuel has extended help for the fuel subsidy for the Department of Transportation’s (DOTr’s) Free Bus Ride for Health Workers Program.
Aside from ensuring the transport of medical healthcare workers, the company also started drive relief donations to northern provinces, which include Pangasinan (Villasis, Binalonan, Pozorrubio), Nueva Ecija, San Fernando (La Union) and other cities in Metro Manila.
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