Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) has joined hands with Noida-based fuel delivery start-up M Fuel Kart (Mobile Fuel Kart) for doorstep delivery of diesel. BPCL retail head Rajiv Dutta and state head (UP) Rajeev Jaiswal inaugurated Mobile Fuel Kart to meet the growing demand of diesel delivery in the Delhi-NCR region.
The start-up has signed an agreement with BPCL to offer doorstep delivery of high-speed diesel in Delhi-NCR. It has multiple mobile dispensers of capacity 4,000- and 6,000-litre which come with the same ‘Pure for Sure’ assurance backed by latest electronic dispensing, geo-fencing technology and offers complete peace of mind to B2B customers who need diesel for their stationery equipment and heavy vehicles.
The start-up founded by Binod Singh and his wife Swati Singh has been recognised by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) for its work in the field of Renewable Energy, Oil and Gas Transportation Services.
Binod Singh, founder said: "As the e-commerce segment witnessed a significant growth during the Covid times, we felt that the fuel delivery at the doorstep will be extremely useful for the people. After a lot of mental exercise, we got our start-up 'M Fuel Kart’ registered under Startup India initiative. From today we are starting door-step delivery in Delhi-NCR. Our aim is not to limit our doorstep fuel delivery service in metro cities only. We have plans to extend our service to smaller towns and cities."
The start-up says it provides benefits like in-time delivery, complete assurance of quality and quantity, secure and safe handling of products and more. This helps the OMCs in enhancing their operational efficiency for its customers.
It is not only in accordance with BPCL's overall philosophy of furthering ease of doing business in the country while it also comes without any extra cost for the consumers. M Fuel Kart aims to cater to hospitals, malls, educational institutes, residential societies, office buildings, construction sites, concrete mixer plant, mining and factories among others. The fuel delivery start-up will be taking up the minimum order of 200-litre through mobile application or phone call.