Philippine Seven Corporation President and CEO, Jose Victor Paterno (left) and Chevron Philippines Inc. Country Chairman, Louie Zhang (right) as they celebrate the 7-Eleven 100th store opening in Aseana Square.
With eight years of solid partnership behind them, 7-Eleven and Caltex continue to reach new heights as the two companies open their newest 7-Eleven-Caltex store in the country. The 100th C-Store is located at Aseana Square, Macapagal Avenue in Pasay City.
Chevron Philippines Inc, marketer of Caltex fuels and lubricants in the Philippines, along with Philippine Seven Corporation, licensor of the global convenience store chain, have expressed excitement and enthusiasm in how the long-standing partnership has born yet another outlet.
The latest 7-Eleven-Caltex store—the 100th--is proof of the strong convenience store format mixed with the one-stop shopping feature that the two retail giants offer. The C-Store allows customers to quickly and easily shop for grocery items, grab food, and fill up their vehicles with fuel all under one roof.
The C-Store along Macapagal Avenue brings the total number of 7-Eleven outlets in the country to 2,209 stores. This number is expected to increase within the next few months as the two companies revealed that they will be rolling out around 25 more stores in the Visayas and Mindanao regions.
The said stores are expected to allow more customers around the Philippines to fully experience the one-stop shopping convenience. Moreover, some of these outlets will be franchise outlets, which essentially allows small and medium enterprises to take part in the business potential that these stores offer.
Of the 2,209 stores, 1,031 are corporate stores while 1,178 are franchise outlets.