Caltex expands presence with opening of 25 workshops, 6 service stations

Caltex Regalado in Fairview

Caltex aggressively expands its presence across the country after opening six new service stations amid the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Despite the situation, Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI) announced that Caltex has inaugurated service stations in Cavite, Isabela, Camarines Sur, Pampanga, Quezon City, and Iloilo.

Bucandala in Imus, Cavite now houses a Caltex station that is expected to serve neighboring cities and municipalities. North of Luzon is the newly established Caltex station in Cabagan, Isabela, while down south of Luzon is the new retail site in Pili, Camarines Sur.

In Central Luzon, Caltex has put up another service station in San Fernando, Pampanga. In Metro Manila, Caltex opened in Fairview, Quezon City.

New Caltex station in San Fernando, Pampanga

Lastly, CPI has inaugurated a Caltex station in Sta. Barbara, Iloilo.

To cater to the needs of motorists, Caltex has also strategically positioned 25 new Caltex Havoline autoPro sites nationwide in the busiest roads of Pasig and Quezon City as well as in major cities of the country.

Motorists can avail of services in these one-stop workshops — which offer a 22-point comprehensive check preventive maintenance program — like oil and fluid change, minor repair, and car cleaning.

Aside from that, these shops provide access to Caltex fuels, lubricants, and other automotive products, attended by well-trained staff and mechanics.

“Caltex continues to move forward with expanding to serve the needs of Filipino motorists and the country. As the economy opens up, more vehicles will be filling the roads again. They will need access to safe and quality fuels which Caltex offers in our growing retail network in key urban centers and thoroughfares across the country,” CPI Country Chairman Billy Liu was quoted as saying.  

Caltex station in Imus, Cavite

Relatedly, Caltex laid out several promotions and loyalty programs to help motorists stretch their gas money.

Last month, Caltex launched Biyaheng Bakunado, which gives discounts of up to P3 per liter after presenting vaccination cards before the top-up.

Further, the company also reminded the public of its ongoing promos with MVP Cards, Robinsons Rewards, 7-Eleven, and HappyPlus.

 “We believe Filipinos work hard for their money and are always looking for ways to bring more to the table. Through these reward programs we give our customers more value for their money,” Liu added.

Moreover, Caltex assured that its full retail network is meeting health and safety requirements to curb the possible transmission of COVID-19.

“Hygiene standards, regular temperature checks, observance of physical distancing, and frequent sanitation of areas with high human touchpoints are implemented in the stations. Customers are encouraged to use contactless payment methods and are welcome to make use of the disinfectants or hand sanitizers located at the cashiers,” CPI noted in its statement.

Motorists can find the nearest Caltex station in their area through www.caltex.com/ph/find-a-caltex-station and Caltex Havoline autoPro shops through www.caltex.com/ph/motorists/products-and-services/havoline-autopro-workshop/havoline-autopro-workshop-locator.html.

Photos from Chevron Philippines, Inc.

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