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Popular fuel brand launches contactless fuel-payment app

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Engen has announced the arrival of the new Engen 1app, which offers motorists a safe and conveniently contactless way to pay for fuel at its petrol stations.

Seelan Naidoo, the company’s general manager for retail, says that as South Africa eases the Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, many more motorists are likely to be on the road. Many of these will visit Engen petrol stations, the country’s favourite petrol stations, according to the Sunday Times Top Brands survey.

“In preparation for this, we fast tracked the launch of our new Engen 1App and we encourage all motorists to download it because it offers a safer customer service experience, with no touching of devices, cards or cash.”

Naidoo says the health and safety of customers is of primary concern and importance. It consistently implements hygiene measures across its over 1000 service station network, including regular sanitising of all equipment, services and surfaces, as well as strict adherence to all personal hygiene measures including social distancing, hand washing, sanitising and face masks are worn at all times. 

By downloading and using the Engen 1app, motorists will no longer need to carry cash or cards to make fuel purchases; and loyalty points will automatically be registered with Engen’s respective loyalty partners, including Clicks Clubcard, FNB eBucks and Edcon Thank U.

Other benefits include an interactive Engen service station locator, a vehicle logbook to track your mileage, full record of your purchase history and special promotions, all offering customers a gateway to the future of convenience motoring.

Download the new Engen 1App today by simply visiting the Google Play or Apple App store.

Contact Gavin Smith, Engen, Tel 021 403-4312, gavin.smith@engenoil.com

 

 

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