In a bid to increase the reach of diesel delivery service by supplying Buddy Cans, the doorstep fuel delivery service provider FuelBuddy has joined hands with Indian Oil Corporation (IOC). Along with housing societies, hospitals, schools, malls, and factories, the partnership will enable access to its service in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities, where getting unadulterated fuel is difficult. Customers can now receive the right quality and quantity of fuel within minutes of placing an order on the company's App. With its network across the country, this is a win-win deal for bothe parties and the consumers.
Neeraj Gupta, CEO India, FuelBuddy, states, “This partnership is another step toward our efforts to democratise and digitise fuel in India. IOCL is the biggest name in the Indian fuel industry with 34,000 outlets, and by establishing this tie-up, we are positive about enhancing accessibility to fuel”.
FuelBuddy claimed that it has delivered about 1.57 lakh orders, and over seven crore litres of fuel so far.
Fuel delivery is an interesting concept, and there is a need for diesel not only in terms of automobiles but also for running generators in houses and offices, it is difficult to achieve doorstep delivery to all places.