Cleanfuel opened the newest member of its retail network in the country’s premier destination hub of trade and commerce and several other major industries—Batangas City.
Situated along the busy street of San Jose-Ibaan Road in Barangay Balagtas, Batangas City, the 2,500 square-meter station connects to the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (STAR). The location is accessible to motorists traveling towards the road of Maharlika Highway at Santo Tomas in Lipa, Ibaan-Batangas City, and the rest of Calabarzon. The newly opened station adds to the list of Cleanfuel branches in the province including the ones in Calaca, Lipa, and Lemery.
Aside from the residents and the thriving businesses in the area, the new station is also set to cater to the heavy trucks going to and from the Batangas International Port—considered one of the busiest passenger and container terminals in the country.
“As we look at 2021 being the time for recovery, we would like to share our strength in giving quality fuel for less in this area where commerce has constantly been thriving in keeping the economy afloat,” Cleanfuel president Atty. Bong Suntay said.
“Our drive to serve more and more Filipinos through our affordable yet reliable product portfolio never ceases,” Suntay said. “The successful opening of our newest station in Batangas City is a testament to our continued growth and commitment to customers providing an affordable yet premium fuel for less. We look forward to sharing our growth with you and help us maintain, if not improve, our high-quality services and stations patronized by many motorists, in support of our brand,“ added Suntay.
The new Batangas station is the 71th Cleanfuel outlet to open in Luzon. Another 15 stations are currently under construction, and the company is targetting to reach 100 by the year-end. For more information about Cleanfuel, visit www.cleanfuel.ph.