MRPL to offer door delivery of diesel in Mangaluru

Inks pact with start-up

September 30, 2021 05:45 pm | Updated November 18, 2021 06:15 pm IST - MANGALURU

A file photo of a vehicle used for door delivery of diesel in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

A file photo of a vehicle used for door delivery of diesel in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

 

Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd. (MRPL) entered into an agreement with PEP Fuels Technologies for door delivery of diesel in Mangaluru. Pep Fuels is a start-up promoted by ONGC, which is a public sector undertaking of the government of India, and is registered with the Department of Promotion for Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

Pep Fuels would source diesel from MRPL and deliver the fuel to the doorstep customers using mobile dispensers. This would ease product sourcing and inventory carrying costs for customers.

The company’s online platform enables customers to place and process orders through mobile phones or computers with minimum manual intervention. Based on the performance of this model, MRPL would expand the door delivery service to other towns and cities in the coming days.

MRPL Group General Manager (Marketing) H.C. Sathyanarayana and Pep Fuels Director Tikendra Kumar signed the agreement in the presence of MRPL Executive Director (Projects) B.H.V. Prasad and others on September 30.

MRPL General Manager H.C. Sathyanarayana (fourth from left) and Executive Director (Projects) B.H.V. Prasad (fourth from right) signed an MoU with Pep Fuels Director Tikendra Kumar (third from left) for door delivery of diesel in Mangaluru, on September 30, 2021.

MRPL General Manager H.C. Sathyanarayana (fourth from left) and Executive Director (Projects) B.H.V. Prasad (fourth from right) signed an MoU with Pep Fuels Director Tikendra Kumar (third from left) for door delivery of diesel in Mangaluru, on September 30, 2021.

 

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