Home Delivery Of Diesel Starts! Bharat Petroleum Delivering Diesel At Your Doorstep
The 21st century that we live in comes with its own perks. We get food delivered at our doorsteps and so do our groceries are home delivered. Now Ola has even announced that its newly launched electric scooter will also be delivered to our doorstep. So, it isn’t surprising that if petrochemical companies decide to showcase more customer centricity and start delivering diesel at our doorsteps, right?
BPCL to deliver Diesel at our doorsteps
PSU Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) has started door-to-door delivery of diesel to meet the increasing demand of its customers. The company will use 15 mobile bowsers and 9 Jerry can facilities in different corners of the Eastern Region for this purpose.
P.S. Ravi, the executive director, retail in-charge, BPCL, notified, “Our FuelKart proposition of doorstep diesel delivery through state-of-the-art mobile dispensers come with the same Pure for Sure assurance backed by latest electronic dispensing and geofencing technology and offers complete peace of mind to our customers who need diesel for their stationery equipment and heavy vehicles.”
According to company reports, door-to-door delivery through mobile dispensers has resulted in the commissioning of 1588 FuelKarts and 129 FuelEnts over the past two years across industry and pan India.
It should be noted that the company has already launched 63 mobile dispensers serving the needs in the States of West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, and North-East states.
The company is looking forward to creating new business avenues and job opportunities for the young entrepreneurs of the eastern region.
Many players are entering this race
Private companies Reliance BP Mobility Ltd, a joint venture between Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) and UK’s energy major BP Plc and Nayara Energy are also into the business of delivering fuel at the doorstep.
Startups, including Repos Energy, Pepfuels, MyPetrolPump, FuelBuddy, and Humsafar, have already started on-demand fuel delivery services. All start-ups have joined hands with state-run as well as private oil marketing companies.