In its commitment to fuel the many journeys of Filipinos, leading independent oil company Phoenix Petroleum has started upgrading its stations nationwide to a new and better look
The new design features a clean, modern, and sleek style, to reflect the company’s aspiration of becoming the next generation fuel company catering to the needs of the next generation drivers
A hundred stations already sport the new design, with the milestone 100th recently opened in Muntinlupa City. The newest Phoenix station boasts of a spacious land area for easy movement, air conditioned restrooms and a strategic location—providing convenient access to motorists traveling on the South Luzon Expressway
“The new look of our stations is just the start of our improved products and services to our customers as we set the tone for the future. Our goal is to exceed customer expectations and engage with the community we are part of through our improved stations,” said Phoenix Petroleum Chief Operating Officer Henry Fadullon.
Phoenix Petroleum Chief Operating Officer Henry Albert Fadullon leads the opening of the company’s newest station at West Service Road, Muntinlupa City, on January 22, 2018
Phoenix Petroleum has over 500 stations nationwide. Its flagship product, Premium 98, is a Euro-4 high-performance gasoline fuel that helps restore lost engine performance and makes your car feel reborn. It is blended with high-performance additives for increased acceleration, reduced friction, and a cleaner engine.
Phoenix Petroleum is a publicly-listed and the leading independent oil company in the Philippines. It is engaged in the trading and marketing of refined petroleum products, including LPG and lubricants, operation of oil depots and storage facilities, hauling and into-plane services. Aside from its expanding retail network, it also serves major accounts in various industries such as power, shipping, logistics, manufacturing, construction, and transportation.
Phoenix Petroleum has also expanded to the convenience retailing business with its acquisition of Philippine Family Mart, and is set to enter the bitumen business through a joint venture with TIPCO Asphalt of Thailand and PhilAsphalt.