Toyota gets Pilipinas Shell as fuel provider for Batangas Vehicle Center

Shell partnership with Toyota on Batangas Vehicle Center

Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMP) and Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (PSPC) forged partnership to be the former’s fuel provider in the recently-launched Batangas Vehicle Center (BVC).


  • Who is Toyota Motor Philippines' fuel partner for its Batangas Vehicle Center?

    The leading automotive distributor in the country picked Pilipinas Shell as its official fuel partner for the newly-opened facility.
  • For how long is the service partnership between the two?

    The agreed term between the two firms is three years.
  • During a virtual signing ceremony, PSPC President and Chief Executive Officer Cesar Romero expressed his appreciation over the service partnership and is also enthused on the efforts of the leading local car manufacturer in supporting the government’s efforts toward economic recovery. 

    “We are proud because Toyota is certainly a brand that we want to be associated with,” Romero said. “TMP is a company that shares similar values on being a strong partner for nation-building. The construction of the Batangas Vehicle Center amidst challenging times is a strong testament of TMP’s commitment to contribute to the acceleration of the country’s economic growth.”

    Toyota Batangas Vehicle Center

    The new facility — inaugurated last September — will soon house a pump and tank service constructed by PSPC, which will be the car company’s fuel requirement supplier for the next three years.

    With an annual capacity of 160,000 units, the BVC has a stockyard that can hold 4,500 samples at the same time. It is also designed to streamline the receiving of units from international vessels as the facility was put up just six kilometers away from the Port of Batangas. The creation of such will boost the quality and timely delivery of units to more than 70 Toyota dealers nationwide.

    PSPC Vice President and General Manager for Mobility Randy Del Valle said that the two firms “play a huge role in driving sustainability in the way they operate. “TMP included sustainability features in the Batangas Vehicle Center, and Shell shares this commitment to reduce carbon footprint by integrating sustainability features in our retail network,” he explained.

    “We’re also shifting our gas stations to mobility stations. We don’t call ourselves a gas station anymore, and we’ll be serving the mobility needs of the Philippines,” del Valle added.

    Further, PSPC Country Business Manager for Fleet Solutions Christopher Alli said, “We celebrate this partnership between two resilient and responsible brands committed towards customer service, quality products, and care for the environment.”

    Toyota Batangas Vehicle Center

    For his part, TMP Vice Chairman Dr. David Go said that the TMP partnered with Shell to provide quality fuel and products for all vehicles being processed at BVC. “As a major energy company in the Philippines, we trust Shell’s reliable service to support Toyota Motor Philippines,” Go said.

    He also shared that Toyota’s business paradigm is shifting globally from an automotive manufacturing company to a mobility company. “We aim of bringing the joy and the freedom of movement to all.”

    Photos from Pilipinas Shell, Toyota Motor Philippines 

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