Shell Oman renews agreement with Arabian Automobile Alliance

31/01/2012 13:51 AST

Shell Oman Marketing Company has signed an agreement with Arabian Automobile Alliance (AAA) for customers of the Shell Gold Fuel Cards, at the Shell head office last week.

With this renewed agreement, Shell Gold Fuel Card holders can continue to avail of AAA services free of cost. These emergency services include towing, battery boosting, tyre change, fuel delivery, key lockout and simple roadside repairs not only in Oman but also in Bahrain, UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Shell Gold Card customers will also get a variety of discounts at prominent retail establishments including restaurants, hotels, gift stores, car rentals and so on.

Speaking on the occasion Mohammed Abdullah al Kindy, Shell Cards Sales Manager said, “We are indeed happy to renew and strengthen our relationship with AAA to better serve our customers. This is a partnership which has given our customers added value that is unique in the market. Along with the availability of quality fuels and lubricants from 144 stations all over the Sultanate, Shell Gold Fuel cards customers can also get further hassle free motoring with the emergency services from AAA should they need it.”

The agreement was signed by Shaikh Abdulsalam bin Salim al Khalili, Chairman of AAA and Adil bin Ismail al Raisi, Managing Director of Shell Oman in the presence of other senior officials from both companies.

Fadi Fawal, the General Manager of AAA services commented: “The renewal of our agreement with Shell Oman Marketing shows the trust that the company has in our ability to deliver our services and do it consistently over time. We will work even harder with renewed vigour.”

AAA was established in Oman in 1999 and has assisted thousands of drivers stranded at the roadside with their emergency services. The company is the largest in the business in Oman and AAA services can be received within the shortest possible time from anywhere in Oman with just a phone call.

Shell Oman Marketing Company is the leader in fuels and lubricants business in Oman. Shell Fuel cards are issued to companies in Oman and come with a wide range of features and benefits such as like online reporting, kilometre control and fraud control. Shell Fuel cards can be configured to suit the needs of company employees from the CEO to a professional driver.

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