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Shell Partners Pitstop; to Offer Periodic Oil Service to Customer Vehicles

By: | January 4, 2019
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Jan 4:  Global energy major Shell has joined hands with India-based doorstep car services company Pitstop to be the Bengaluru company’s lubricant partner. As per the partnership, Shell will provide periodic oil service to vehicles to Pitstop customers.

The partnership is seen by Shell as going in tune with its commitment towards establishing a direct consumer-connect which promises greater customer satisfaction with new experiences. Shell is nown for its state-of-the-art products and services through best in class technology and strategic partnerships. The company has been quoted by a news report as saying that the partnership with Pitstop focusses on offering the right product, in order to serve our customers with the best.

It is a known fact that the global automotive lubricants market is inching towards the $103.6 Billion mar and would touch the figure by year 2025.

The partnership has turned exciting for Pitstop as it has succeeded in joining hands with a world leader in automotive lubricant technology. The two companies would aim at being the most trusted and transparent choice for consumers when it comes to oil service for their vehicles.

Pitstop aims to tap in the opportunity to disrupt the way people avail oil change for their vehicles through its flagship service offering – ‘Doorstep Service’ because of the existing inefficiencies in automobile service industry across five pillars – Quality, Transparency, Price, TAT, and Convenience.

This strategic partnership with Shell, which helps in creating a centralized and standardized procurement cum supply of spare parts coupled with Pitstop’s doorstep service will enable customers to get quality service in a transparent and convenient manner, thereby putting a lesser burden on customer’s pocket creating a winning situation for all stakeholders in the value chain, the report said.