Advisor inaugurates maiden home fuel delivery service in Pulwama
PULWAMA: Advisor to Lieutenant Governor, Baseer Ahmad Khan today inaugurated valley’s first Fuel Delivery Service here at M/s Mehboob Ul Alam Filling station Pulwama in presence of Deputy Commissioner Pulwama , SSP Pulwama , Territory Manager of BPCL J&K and other business partners of the company.
Speaking on the occasion, Advisor said that the facility shall usher a new revolution in the door to door delivery of fuel to the Industrial and Institutional customers and will also help in reducing the movement of customers for diesel procurement at petrol pumps.
He further added that the Government is committed to investing in Clean Energy Futures and attainment of sustainable development goals besides reducing the adverse impact on the environment.
He also added that the aim of Government is to lower the carbon footprints and reduce emissions of undesirable gases into the environment.
Lauding the pioneering concept of ‘On Demand Delivery’ of diesel at door step, he added that the initiative is backed by cutting edge state of the Art Technology having all features like Geo Fencing, Automation, Mobile application for ordering Diesel , Live tracking facility etc .
He said the facility aims to cater the bulk diesel buyers like housing societies, hotels, hospitals, malls, construction sites, industries, banquets at their doorstep.
Officials of the BPCL informed that facility is fully compliant to Explosive and Legal Metrology statutory requirements and ensures the Company Promise of delivering Diesel with 100% Quality and Quantity. He added that individuals, companies, organisations can order Diesel from home through Mobile App and accordingly Diesel would be delivered at their door step. He added that customers can make online payments using Debit Card, Credit Card, UPI, PayTM , or Cash on Delivery facility can also be availed.
According to senior Company Officials, the facility is only for supply of Diesel for Stationary Engines like Diesel Generator sets in factories, Heavy Vehicles which can not come to the Petrol Station for Fuelling which would have checks on theft, spillage, quality issues or loss of business due to delays in diesel procurement through conventional means. Customers shall also have the option of getting periodic MIS for their accounting purposes from Bharat Petroleum.
Officials said that BPCL Plans to proliferate the concept at many more locations with an aim to bring convenience to general public and customers in the near future.