Shell V-Power now available in Peshawar
Apr 21, 2017
People in Peshawar can now refuel with Shell’s premium fuel that not only enhances engine performance, but also gives an incredible driving experience.
Peshawar - Shell Pakistan Limited is pleased to announce that its premium quality fuel Shell V-Power is now available at 3 Retail stations in the province. Shell V-Power Unleaded is an innovative new premium formulation designed to protect car engines against gunk and corrosion. The fuel was officially launched in Peshawar at FC Filling Station on Sunehri Masjid Road, Peshawar.
With over 100 years of experience in developing fuels, Shell has more than 100 fuel scientists and specialists working tirelessly on fuels innovation, development and product implementation across the globe. This has led to the formulation of Shell V-Power Unleaded with powerful cleaning agents to prevent and remove corrosive and gunk engine deposits thereby improving engine performance.
On this occasion, Mazhar-ud-Deen, General Manager – Retail, Shell Pakistan Limited said: “Our customers are at the heart of everything that we do, and every product that we offer. It is with this notion that we are extending our network for Shell V-Power Unleaded to allow more customers across Pakistan access to our best fuel for their cars. We hope our customers enjoy using it and feel the difference in their drive.”
Shell V-Power Unleaded not only cleans older engines but also maintains new ones with equal effectiveness and Shell is poised to bring this fuel to more cities this year.
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