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Indian Oil Commences Doorstep Delivery Of Fuel In Chennai

The leading Oil Marketing Company (OMC) in India, Indian Oil has started delivering fuel through mobile dispenser in Chennai. This makes Indian Oil the first OMC to start this delivery system in southern part of India. The ‘Fuel@Doorstep’ initiative was inaugurated by the executive director and state head for Indian Oil (Tamil Nadu & Pondicherry), Mr. R Sitharthan along with V Gopalakrishnan, CGM retail sales and state retail sales head of Indian Oil for Tamil Nadu and other senior officials from the OMC. 

Indian Oil Doorstep Delivery Chennai

The fuel delivery vehicle is fitted with a digital mobile dispenser and 6,000 litre fuel tank. The vehicle was flagged off at an inaugural event held at the Indian Oil petrol pump in Kolathur, Chennai. At present, the mobile solution plans to tackle industrial or bulk fuel ( Diesel ) supply sector where the fuel is required in abundance. A minimum order of 200 litres of fuel supply can be booked via mobile app (Repose app). For industries requiring fuel over 2,500 litres, the customer would need to have a mandate PESO license for storage. This service aims to ensure a hassle free fuel supply to the users by guarantying spillage free, contaminated free fuel to the end users. 

The fuel dispenser is equipped with fire extinguishers and safety cones, along with demarcation of the delivery area. The quantity check of the mobile dispenser nozzle can be verified through the calibrated five litre conical measure available in the vehicle. This will give the customers an assurance about the quality of the fuel being used. 

On placing the order, a customer needs to fill the mandatory details ( name, cell phone number, quantity required, address and time of delivery ), for the oder to take place. Once the desired information is received the delivery mobile will reach the nearest Indian Oil dealer with complete details. The mobile will then collect the receipt of the customer and reach the desired location to commence the automatic commence of the fuel to the end user.