BP GM of Retail and Assets Adrian McClellan said “Following the growth we’ve seen in Mosgiel we’re excited tomake a long-term commitment to the area. It’s great to welcome BP Connect Mosgiel, our 98th BP Connect site, to our network.“
Supporting local communities is really important to BP. We make it a priority to employ local contractors wherever possible during construction, and our friendly team of 18 local staff are looking forward to getting to know our customers. We know customers we know have a choice, so we want to make sure our customers havelots of great reasons to choose BP.”
The new site provides BP customers with four choices of fuel – unleaded 91, unleaded 95, Ultimate 98 and Ultimate Diesel. It has a full convenience offer, the latest in carwash technology, and the award-winning Wild Bean Cafe.
The BPMe app will be available to allow customers to pay for their fuel from inside their car, as well as giving customers the ability pre-order their coffee before they even arrive at the site – all designed to make the BPexperience faster and easier.
The sites also features widened lanes for easier in-out access, storefront parking, free WIFI, phone charging stations and comfortable seating.“
We also run our stores as efficiently as possible and use energy efficient LED lighting, recycled heat from refrigeration systems for water heating, recycled water for the carwash and collect re-usable rainwater from the rooftop,” Mr McClellan said.
“BP is proud to be part of local communities all over New Zealand and we’re also proud to be celebrating our 50 year partnership with Surf Life Saving New Zealand and 25 year partnership with the Young Enterprise Trust this year. These are organisations I’m sure many locals have been involved with and understand the important role they play in the community,” said Mr McClellan.
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