FuelBuddy partners with HPCL for lubricants delivery service
Delhi-based start-up FuelBuddy, India’s first and largest doorstep fuel delivery service, has entered the lubricants market in partnership with Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL), a public sector oil and gas company.
Customers of FuelBuddy can now easily place their lubricant orders via the FuelBuddy App. Physical delivery will be fulfilled through authorised distributors of HPCL at their doorstep.
A leading lubricant marketer in India, HP Lubricants sells more than 350 types of lubricants, specialties, and greases.
Through this initiative, FuelBuddy aims to strengthen its solutions for its partners and customers, by becoming a one-stop door-to-door delivery platform for fulfilling all their energy requirements.
“With India’s vision of becoming a technology-first nation, organisations like FuelBuddy are aiding the consumers to achieve that. With a customer-centric approach, where constant ratings and feedback are taken into account at quick intervals of time, HPCL is happy to have partnered with such an organisation. With FuelBuddy’s holistic approach in providing energy services to the users, and our cumulative network across the country, this is a win-win deal for both parties and the consumers,” said Sanjay Kumar, executive director, Lubricants SBU, HPCL.
“We are extremely elated to have joined hands with HPCL, one of the largest oil & gas marketing companies in the country. With HPCL’s Lubricants and FuelBuddy’s existing customer base, this association will come as a bonus to our consumers as fuel and lubricants go hand in hand when it comes to providing efficient energy delivery services. This partnership is another step toward our efforts to democratise and digitise fuel availability/distribution in India. We are looking at expanding our services portfolio pan India and this partnership reflects our commitment towards achieving higher customer satisfaction while also providing convenience,” said Neeraj Gupta, CEO-India Business, FuelBuddy.
From just five employees in 2016, FuelBuddy has grown to more than 200 employees and operates in 130 cities in India, servicing more than 4,500 customers.