Situated at Sha Tau Kok Road (Lung Yeuk Tau), the new Shell Fanling (North) station brings in it a number of customer-oriented designs to deliver ever better service to serve Hong Kong motorists, especially those in the North New Territories. "We are delighted to have the new Fanling (North) station in our Hong Kong retail network and it plays an important role in catering the refilling need in that area." Anne Yu, Retail General Manager of Shell Hong Kong Limited said.

"The new Fanling (North) station sits at a key location in Sha Tau Kok. It is adjacent to the neighbourhood residential area as well as the China border enabling it to cater for the heavy traffic in that region." Anne Yu continued.

From design to completion, the new Fanling (North) station sees a number of customer-focused designs embedded in it. We have broadened the width of the station lanes and have installed high-speed diesel pumps to improve the traffic flow and efficiency of the refilling service. LPG filling ​​services will also be available in early 2014 to provide convenient refilling services to LPG vehicles in North New Territories.

Moreover, the station is equipped with our first ever upgraded convenience store in Hong Kong. In addition to the contemporary interior designs, the convenience store will gradually offer more customer-oriented services, aligning with our commitment to providing the most comprehensive retail refilling station network and excellent services to customers.

To celebrate the opening of Shell Fanling (North) station, from now until December 16, 2013 customers will receive a welcome gift for any transaction amount of HK$400 upon any purchase of fuel products, while stock lasts.

Media Enquiry:

Bonnie Chu, Communications Manager 2506 7344

Shell Hong Kong Limited
 

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