Philippine independent oil marketer Seaoil Philippines Inc. recently opened its first one-stop branded lubricant service shop called LubeServ in the northern province of Pampanga. Seaoil said it plans to open four more LubeServ outlets this year, including at their SEAOIL-Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) mega station in Concepcion, Tarlac province.
Located in Dau station, LubeServ would be offering oil changes and other automotive services at competitive prices, the company said. LubeServ offers a complete line of automotive services such as oil changes, aircon and electrical repairs, computerized wheel alignment and balancing, undercoating and complete car wash, engine scanning and tune-ups, radiator repair, and auto detailing. LubeServ also provides maintenance services for brake systems, under chassis and suspension, tires and batteries, and drivetrain (clutch system).
“We are always looking for ways to serve our customers better. LubeServ, a one-stop lubes service center, will provide utmost convenience to our customers. At the same time, it will also allow us to ensure their safety on the road,” Seaoil Chief Executive Officer Glenn Yu said.
Seaoil, with 400 service stations nationwide, offers a wide range of world-class lubricants designed to meet the needs of the automotive, construction, marine, transportation, power and manufacturing industries.
Last December, Seaoil signed a definitive agreement with Caltex Australia, which will acquire a 20% stake in the Philippine company. The so-called “strategic partnership” between the two companies will see Caltex Australia support Seaoil’s current growth strategy to double its retail network and terminal storage capacity over the next five years. As part of the strategic partnership, Caltex Australia will supply fuel to Seaoil via Ampol, its fuel sourcing and shipping business in Singapore.