Unioil, one of the leading distributor and marketer of fuel products in the country, and on-demand delivery application Lalamove have tied up to give exclusive perks to the latter’s partner drivers through the Lalamove-branded Unioil Loyalty Card.
With this partnership, the delivery firm’s motorcycle, MPV, and light truck drivers will be gifted with special benefits and points by fueling up their vehicles or when they purchase qualifying products like fuel and lubes in all participating Unioil gas stations nationwide.
Moreover, Lalamove partner drivers will also have easier access to Euro 5-compliant petroleum products. Cardholders will get access to Idemitsu, one of the well-known lubricants from Japan, which comes with four points per P100 spending.
Apart from that, two-wheeler and four-wheeler cardholders will get an additional 50 points for every 25 liters of gasoline purchased per month. Four-wheeler cardholders, on the other hand, will then get extra 125 points for every 125 liters of diesel per month.
“Our goal is not only to provide our partner drivers a means to earn but also to make their life on the road easier by collaborating with companies that offer the best benefits. Unioil’s #DoingOurPart initiative is one and the same with how we want to take care of our partner drivers. After all, we know that when we have happy drivers, we will have faster and better deliveries, and happier clients.”
The two companies both aim to offer nothing but proper care to their drivers and the Unioil-Lalalmove Loyalty Card is such a great way to provide quality fuel and better experience on the road.
The loyalty cards will be distributed by Lalamove, which drivers can claim at the firm’s office in Makati, Quezon City, and Alabang.
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