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Bharat Petroleum starts first COCO fuel Station
6/16/2019 11:21:19 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, June 16: Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd, a Maharatna and India's second largest oil marketing company known for its modern fuelling initiatives has added a feather to the crown of fuel business in J&K State by bringing in the first COCO Petrol Pump in Jammu.
Spread in 2 acres and housing state of the art facilities, this fueling complex consists of separate fueling areas for trucks/buses and small vehicles apart from the food court with drive through concept. Sufficient no of clean toilets, separate for male, female and differently abled, this company owned company operated (COCO) fuel Station is situated at 45 Kms from Jammu towards Pathankot on NH44.
This 24x7 operated COCO is part of the chain of 145 One stop truck shops (OSTS), also known by the name of "GHAR Outlets" spread on various National highways between North south and east west Corridors. Similar type of branding and looks attracts the cross country travelers to such fuel stations of BPCL consisting of heavy commercial vehicles and motorists.
The food court area in the complex also houses lush green lawns with children play area, which makes it more customer friendly. This COCO is the only Retail Outlet in J&K state, where customers using digital mode of payments are billed after exempting digital incentive i.e customer is billed less rather than bank returning the digital incentive. Many other needs of all the segments of highway customers are taken care of with banking provisions for trucks and SMS based fueling being main attractions there.
BPCL's Executive Director (Retail) Sh P.S Ravi inaugurated this COCO on 14th June in the presence of Surjeet Mahalik, Head of Retail in Northern region amongst a large gathering of Customers, Locals and prominent people. Present on the occasion were Mohit Bhatia, Head of Punjab and J&K along with his entire team of officials from Chandigarh.
The officials of the corporation briefed to the gathering that such an initiative will not only change the fueling behavior of the customers in JAMMU but will bring the customer service standards at par with rest of the states where there are large no of such outlets.
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