Shell PH introduces new Lubricants Fleet Card to boost businesses even further

April 21, 2018

It’s been years since Shell Philippines launched its Fleet Card. With it, the oil giant was able to meet its goal of providing fleet businesses like taxi and car rental companies added incentives such as fuel management solutions, roadside assistance, driver training, and more.

In a bid to further improve upon that already successful endeavour, the brand recently launched the Shell Lubricants Fleet Card. It’s kind of card that compliments the original Fleet Card by helping fleet business get nationwide access to lubricant related needs through Shell Helix Oilchange+ service stations.

With the Shell Lubricants Fleet Card, fleet company owners can benefit from Shell’s wide array of quality engine oils for gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles. On top of the oil change service, they can also benefit from procedures like a mandatory 14-point safety check for all vehicles, an important maintenance routine considering the amount of heavy use fleet vehicles are subjected to on a daily basis.

These are carried out by Shell’s highly-trained mechanics from Don Bosco Technical Institute, its partner training school for mechanics and technicians.

Do note that as of this writing, there are a total of 260 Shell Helix Oilchange+ service stations nationwide, and that there is no need to set up an appointment. All the fleet drivers have to do is to visit the station, present the card, and wait until the service is done. Waiting time takes an average of around 45 minutes to an hour.

For more information about the Shell Fleet Card, the Shell Lubricants Fleet Card, and guides on how to avail, visit

Photos by Shell Philippines

(In photo from left: Retail Lubricants Manager Leo Cabredo, Mobility Service Manager Rachel Icasiano, Retail Marketing Manager Kit Bermudez, Fleet Solutions Sales Manager Jackie Famorca, Fleet Solutions Regional Marketing Manager Stephanie Cua, IWS and Retail Channel Manager JL Gamboa, and Lubes Tech Advisor Bobby Capistrano)

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