BPCL launches first Mobile MAK Adblue Dispenser in Kolkata

This dispenser features a Weight and Measure certified metering unit, providing printed bills and SMS notifications to consumers.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 19 Feb 2024 Views icon3001 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
BPCL launches first Mobile MAK Adblue Dispenser in Kolkata

Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL), a leading Fortune 500 Maharatna Energy Conglomerate in India, has introduced an innovative solution for eco-friendly fuel accessibility in Kolkata with the unveiling of its first Mobile MAK Adblue Dispenser. Spearheaded by Sukhmal Jain, Director Marketing at BPCL, this pioneering dispenser represents a significant step forward in the company's commitment to environmental stewardship.

MAK Adblue, a crucial diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) renowned for its role in reducing nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions from BSVI diesel-powered vehicles, has traditionally been available at Fuel Stations. However, with the launch of the Mobile MAK Adblue Dispenser, BPCL heralds a new era of convenience, mobility, and zero installation costs. This  solution simplifies the Adblue dispensing process, eliminating the need for complex structural modifications and significantly enhancing accessibility for consumers, the company shared.

Jain, highlighting the transformative impact of the Mobile Adblue Dispenser, said, "The introduction of the Mobile Adblue Dispenser represents a significant milestone in BPCL’s efforts to redefine the refueling experience for consumers. This innovative solution not only improves accessibility but also underscores our commitment to customer-centric initiatives that prioritise convenience and efficiency."

Powered by batteries, this dispenser features a Weight and Measure certified metering unit, providing printed bills and SMS notifications to consumers, ensuring convenience and customisation in Adblue dispensing at key hubs such as bus stations, transport hubs, and parking lots.

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