CLEANFUEL OPENS CAINTA STATION. (From left) Ralph Atienza, Vice President of Cleanfuel; Marco Atienza, Director of Cleanfuel and Motorsports Team Head; Motocross Champ and Cleanfuel Rider Kenneth San Andres; Brand Ambassador Dominic Roque; Atty. Bong Suntay, President of Cleanfuel; and Seymour Go, Director of Cleanfuel.

To open more stations this 2020.

Cleanfuel, the country’s fastest growing independent fuel company, has inaugurated its newest retail station in Cainta, Rizal to cater and provide the growing demands of customers in the Metro Manila East zone.

Strategically located at Felix Avenue (formerly Imelda) in Barangay Sto. Domingo, Cainta, Rizal, the 1,400-square meters station provides access to private motorists and commercial business in major thoroughfares of Rizal province, connecting Cainta Junction—a major busy intersection—all the way to Ortigas Avenue Extension that meets Metro and Rizal province.

Cleanfuel Cainta has a state-of-the-art design from the layout of its standard light green color canopy and first-class facilities, including air-conditioned restrooms, air and water services, and Cleanfuel’s very own leasing and customer rewards program that allows customers to avail points and redeem products every day.

“We’re delighted to inaugurate Cleanfuel Cainta as the first station to open this year. In the previous years, Cainta is one of the most competitive among first and second class municipalities in the country. We’re excited to provide quality and affordable fuel in the growing commercial and industrial centers in the province of Rizal,” said Atty. Bong Suntay, President of Cleanfuel.

Suntay explained that Cainta is known to be an agricultural city but is now changing into a highly-urbanized gateway of the East. “The growth of Cainta is an indication of progress of businesses and trust of investors. As we continue to provide quality and affordable fuel, we also want them (private and commercial motorists) to experience the long-term value they are getting every time they gas up at the station,” he added.

“Providing fuel to motorists is easy, but giving your customers what they really need, involves exceptional customer service, that is something we wanted to imprint to all our employees,” said Suntay.

“We now live in the era where everything is fast and accessible. In Cleanfuel, we wanted to make sure that customer service is our main priority. It’s not only getting the best fuel, but also delivering what we promise to our customers,” concludes Suntay.

Clean Fuel President Atty Bong Suntay reveals plans for 2020.

When asked about the exclusive ownership of all stations, Atty Suntay stated; “The company buys the lot for the station. This gives us more adjustment space with regards to pricing as well as cost adjustments. We try to maintain uniform pricing among all stations as much as possible, and owning all locations gives us that advantage. We minimize overhead cost, and more importantly, we do not pay any premiums to any parent oil company. This makes lower prices of Clean Fuel possible”

Cainta has been in the forefront of trade and commerce in the past few years. In 2017, they generated P1.1-billion in their economy. At present, there are over 7,000 business establishments in the city. “We expect Cleanfuel Cainta to drive more sales in the coming months from the large volume of commercial trucks, transport vehicle providers (heavy equipment), and private owners,” he said.

Foreground: Actor/Endorser Dominic Roque and Clean Fuel President Atty. Bong Suntay

In the coming months, the company is expected to add more retail stations in the provinces and in Metro Manila, where it offers top-quality fuel and lubricants including Clean91, Premium 95 gasoline, Euro-4 diesel, and AutoLPG.

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