Shell fleet solutions launched in India

With a retail presence across six states – Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Assam Shell is expanding its network of fuel stations across the country

Shell Fleet Solutions

(From L-R) Zain Hak, General Manager, Fleet Solutions-Asia; Deepti Behl, National Sales Manager, India Fleet Solutions; Sanjay Varkey, General Manager, Retail India and Oman; Parminder Kohli, General Manager, Marketing, Business Development and Operations at the launch of Shell Fleet Solutions in India
Global oil giant Shell has launched its Fleet Solutions portfolio in India to address the fleet management challenges faced by businesses and fleet operators.

Targeting to reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO) for fleet owners, Shell Fleet Solutions package comprises of high-quality differentiated Shell Fuels, Shell Fleet Prepaid program and Shell Telematics.

Parminder Kohli, GM Business Development, Marketing and Operations for Fleet Solutions, said, “The convergence of new technologies, services and greater connectivity is reshaping the fleet sector, demanding new skills and business models. The solutions launched in India by Shell will address these requirements.”

He also said that Shell’s customized and fit-for-purpose fleet management offerings bring together advanced mobility technologies to allow fleet owners to significantly boost efficiency through control over fuel payment and consumption, real time information about their fleet, while providing business consultancy and insights.

Zain Hak, General Manger for Fleet Solutions Asia said, “With our extensive fleet management experience spanning 30 countries, we have an in depth understanding of the needs of fleet owners. Our promise to our customers in India is to bring our most relevant mobility solutions from across the globe and offer them the right tools enabling transparent operations. “

Shell IndiaHe said the company will continue to bring newer and better products from its global portfolio and evolve its offer in India based on changing customer and market needs.

Whatever be the size or shape of your fleet, be it the heavy vehicles transporting goods across the country or the city taxi fleet ferrying passengers, Shell’s mission is to make it simpler for businesses across different industries and operating environments to manage their fleet operations efficiently, he added.

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