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Caltex continues growth in 3rd Quarter of 2021

Caltex opens 6 new retail service stations, 15 new Caltex Havoline autoPro shops and 14 bike Pro sites 

Caltex in Eusebio, Pasig is ready to serve residents and industries in the area with their fuel and lubes needs

For the third quarter of the year, Caltex, marketed by Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI), further strengthens its network and brand growth with six new retail service stations, 15 new Caltex Havoline autoPro shops and 14 new Caltex bikePro shops all over the country.

To service and provide quality, safe and clean fuels and lubes to motorists, Caltex opened stations in Metro Manila, Bukidnon, Leyte, Zamboanga and Camarines Norte, which are all key cities and provinces in the country.

The first retail site is in P. Cayetano Blvd, Taguig City, which houses Bonifacio Global City, one of the leading financial centers in the country. Another Caltex site that recently opened in Metro Manila is located in Eusebio, Pasig City. Primarily, a residential and industrial area, Pasig has increasingly become a commercial area in recent years with the establishment of the Ortigas Center Business District.

Caltex opened more retail stations in key provincial areas across the country as well. In Bicol region, Caltex recently opened a retail station in Brgy. Pamoragon, Daet, Camarines Norte, a popular surfing spot among surfers worldwide. Beginners and pro surfers often visit this area due to consistent waves and soft sand beach throughout the year.

In the Eastern Visayas region, Caltex recently opened a retail station along the Diversion Road, Cogon, Ormoc City. It is a coastal port city that serves as Western Leyte’s economic, cultural, commercial and transportation centre.

Caltex also opened retail stations in key areas in Mindanao, one of which is located along the National Highway, Poblacion, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon. Known as the region’s food basket, it’s the leading producer of rice and corn. Pineapples, bananas and sugarcane are also grown on plantations in the province.

Lastly, Caltex opened a retail site at Zamboanga West Coastal Road, Gusu, Zamboanga. Dubbed as the Sardines Capital of the Philippines, about 70% of the city’s income comes from sardine fishing and processing. Zamboanga City is a natural harbor for vessels visiting the rich fishing grounds of the Zamboanga Peninsula and the Sulu Archipelago, located near the western extremity of the Mindanao continent.

Continuously Delivering Top Quality Lubricants and Services  

For motorists looking for high quality service and products for their cars’ needs, 15 new Caltex Havoline autoPro shops recently opened in the following locations: Quezon, Isabela, Angeles, Pampanga, Batangas, Bacoor, Cavite, Bacolod, Negros Occidental, Iloilo City, Iloilo, Roxas City, Capiz, Cebu, Misamis Occidental, Zamboanga and South Cotabato.

Caltex also opened 14 new Caltex bikePro shops in the following stations: Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Batangas, Cebu City, Zamboanga del Norte and North Cotabato.  These autoPro workshops and bikePro sites provide top notch Caltex lubricant products and services like maintenance checks and car repairs to make one’s journey hassle free.

CPI Country Chairman Billy Liu said, “We will continue to strengthen our growth by opening more Caltex stations at the most needed areas so that local motorists and travellers can have a joyful ride with high class quality fuels and lubricants together with first rate services.”

Despite the pandemic, Caltex has opened 25 retail sites and 55 combined Caltex Havoline autoPro workshops and Caltex bikePro sites around the Philippines since the beginning of 2021. For more information or to locate the nearest Caltex station, visit www.caltex.com/ph/find-a-caltex-station and Caltex Havoline autoPro shops at www.caltex.com/ph/motorists/products-and-services/havoline-autopro-workshop/havoline-autopro-workshop-locator.html.

Written by Village Connect

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