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Seaoil’s 800th station rises in Cavite

Photograph courtesy of Seaoil The Seaoil Puting Kahoy in Silang, Cavite is the company’s 800th station, with 50 more expected to rise within the year.

Seaoil marks another milestone in their achievements with the opening of their 800th station in the country, located in Silang, Cavite. It’s on track to expand its retail network to a total of 850 stations before the end of the year.

The Seaoil Puting Kahoy station is conveniently located near the popular tourist destination, Tagaytay, making it easier for visitors to gas up on the way. During its grand opening day, customers enjoyed an exclusive discount of up to P8 per liter on fuels and lubricant products, along with free merchandise.

Apart from Seaoil fuels, the station is stocked with various lubricant products and accepts PriceLOCQ as a form of payment.

PriceLOCQ is the company’s fuel-saving app where consumers can virtually stock up on fuel and have it loaded to their car at a later date.


Photograph courtesy of FOTON
Foton’s display at PhilConstruct 2023 bolsters support for industry partners PhilConstruct 2023 — with its successful conclusion held yesterday at the World Trade Center in Pasay — is one of the region’s largest and most successful materials and construction expo, providing a unique opportunity for companies to network with leading industry professionals and stakeholders. Among its biggest and regular exhibitors include Foton Motor Philippines that presented its latest models of heavy-duty trucks, commercial vehicles, and technology. Among the displays highlighted were the stylish Thunder Sports Edition pickup truck, Thunder 4×4 M/T pickup truck, Harabas Miler MPV, Traveller X A/T passenger van, the Aucan D01 engine, as well as various heavy-duty trucks.


Members of the newly revamped Seaoil loyalty program — Seaoil VIP for regular motorists, VIP Rides for TNVS riders, and VIP Biz for key accounts can also earn points when they gas up at SEAOIL Puting Kahoy station.

Currently, the fuel provider has 342 stations in Luzon, 201 stations in Visayas, and 257 stations in Mindanao with 13 depots nationwide.

It recently opened Terminal Storage and Berthing Facility in Zamboanga City, that are strategically located so customers can easily avail of its innovative and high-quality products and services.

“As we celebrate SEAOIL’s 45th year, we are doubling our efforts in delivering the Alagang SEAOIL experience to more Filipinos nationwide,” said Seaoil’s Chief Executive Officer, Glenn Yu.

“Through the steady expansion of our retail and depot network, we look forward to giving our customers easier and more convenient options in availing our products and services.”

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