The first Ancap remote fuel service station of this type will be shortly be inaugurated in Salto, Buenos Aires Province, after an investment of $ 120,000.
“This project is part of the strategic agenda of the organisation, which seeks to offer better products and services through technology and innovation” and, in addition, will also prevent the use of informal points that are not safe and do not generate high revenues, said Marta Jara (pictured above), president of Ancap
She added that this first module was imported but assembled and instrumented in Uruguay. "We are in contact with suppliers and the National Union of Metal Workers (UNTMRA) and we have pointed out that labour sources will not be affected. In fact additional workers will be introduced for service and maintenance of these units.
For its part, the general manager of industry association Ducsa, Victoria Hernández, explained that the remote station has the latest technology available and complies with current safety regulations. She highlighted the low cost not only in terms of investment but also in the operational aspects of the business. "This allows us to reach places that would otherwise be impossible," she said.