RUBIS Energy Jamaica Limited (REJL) upgraded the RUBIS Gore Terrace service station on Constant Spring Road to great fanfare on March 18.
This decision is part of the company’s ongoing strategy to provide its customers with a first-class experience and services that meet international standards.
RUBiS remains focused on providing Jamaicans with its premium fuels in addition to exceptional service, as Jamaica represents the company’s largest network in the Caribbean, said REJL’s new Managing Director, Michel Malatinod.
“The investments we continue to make in Jamaica will not only increase our brand visibility, but will also allow us to provide even more opportunities for local entrepreneurs and jobs for members of the communities in which we operate. Our goal is to ensure that our premium fuels, Ultra Tec 90, Ultra Tec ULSD and RUBiS lubricants are the consumer’s first choice. We will also continue to deliver the best customer experience in the market,” Malatino said.
The revamped site offers a fresh, modern and attractive look with LED lighting on the forecourt, new canopy design, digital price board, free air pump, new Ultra Shop, cafe with WiFi access, a ATM, new management and strong customer focus. team.
REJL will also upgrade the Washington Boulevard gas station by adding an Ultra Shop currently under construction.
Venice Anderson-Facey, who shares the Constant Spring dealership with her husband, Damion Facey, was eager to welcome customers to the newly renovated site which was previously closed to facilitate roadwork along the busy thoroughfare and renovations from the station.
“We are here to serve because we believe in a customer-centric approach. We are thrilled and our staff are thrilled that with the easing of COVID-19 measures, the site will soon return to a 24-hour model,” Anderson-Facey shared.
William Mahfood, Chairman of Wisynco Group Limited (left) is greeted by Michel Malatino (right), newly appointed Managing Director of RUBiS Energy Jamaica Limited (REJL). (Background). Imega Breese McNab (left), Executive Director, Private Sector Organization of Jamaica (PSOJ) and Venice Anderson Facey, Dealer, RUBiS Gore Terrace (right). Mahfood and Breese McNab were guests at the March 18 reopening ceremony for RUBiS Gore Terrace.
The Ambassador of France in Jamaica, His Excellency Olivier Guyonvarch expressed his joy to see the continuation of investments in Jamaica by French companies.
“I am very proud to attend this RUBiS event as RUBiS is one of the leading French companies in Jamaica. This company is special because it offers good service, good products to its customers and it also gives back to society through a program to help young people in need to develop in the arts and education; and in France, the arts and education are very important,” Guyonvarch said.
RUBiS was launched in Jamaica in 2013 and now operates over 350 retail service stations in 17 territories across the Caribbean, Jamaica being the largest entity with 48 locations across the island, and currently has the largest facility private fuel storage facility in Jamaica. RUBiS’ Ultra Tec fuel formula is designed to clean engine valves by removing deposits and reducing exhaust emissions for optimum engine performance and superior fuel economy.
RUBiS Ultra Tec is available for all types of fuel: Ultra Tec 90, Premium unleaded petrol; Ultra Tec 87, unleaded gasoline; Premium Ultra Tec USLD (Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel) and Ultra Tec Diesel. RUBiS Lubricants is a line of products blended and packaged in Jamaica and complements RUBiS Ultra Tec fuels by enhancing vehicle performance – delivering a superior experience.