● Assures the best quality, lowest price, and true quantity of diesel to truckers
● Gives 1% subsidy on diesel to help truck owners save money
● Onboards750 multi-brand pumps pan-India for maximizing reach
● Aims to mitigate the impact of ever-rising diesel prices on truck owners
Mumbai : Standing in solidarity with truck owners, WheelsEye has launched a fuel-centric initiative called ‘Apna Pump’. The program promises best-quality, low-price, and true-quantity diesel to truck owners pan-India. It comes as a relief when whopping fuel prices are breaking the backs of truckers who’re trying to recoil from the COVID-19-induced financial downturn.
WheelsEye has onboarded750refuelling pumps pan-India to maximize its effective reach. Offering 1% cashback on diesel, truck owners having 10 trucks can saveup to1 Lakh in 1 year via WheelsEyeApna Pump. Interestingly, cash payments are also accepted in addition to other modes to simplify the lives of truck owners. Stringent quality checks further ensure the delivery of high-grade diesel. Offering uncompromising quality at lowered prices, WheelsEye is mitigating the impact of additional economic burden from truck owners and truckers to a great extent.
Speaking about the program, spokesperson, Mr Vipul Khanna, WheelsEye said, “Today, the COVID-19 outbreak has altered supply chain dynamics for freight movers. It has made a visible dent on their earnings and the recent price hikes have only added to their challenges. We wanted to address this issue and help truck owners who work tirelessly to keep the economy running. We are aware of the trust they bestow upon us to resolve their concerns.
“‘Apna Pump’ is an endeavour by WheelsEye to support truckers amid this crisis. They can access the best quality fuel at lower prices for whatever quantity they may need. It will save them a considerable amount of money over the time and lessen the economic burden from their shoulders,” he added.
To avail the benefits, truck owners and truckers can register their mobile number and vehicle registration number. They can also call on 9354-933-692 to know more about the program.