Cheaper fuel available at 85 stations in Poland

Date of publication: 31.08.17


The UNIMOT’s application Tankuj24 has already brought together 85 petrol stations. It enables the customers cheaper purchases of fuels. The stations that offer the service include 30 chain ones and 15 of them are the ones with logos of biggest concerns.  

The Tankuj24 application, which offers online purchases of fuels, has been successively increasing the number of partner stations. In the recent three months of its functioning 85 stations have joined the programme. Over 30 of them belong to such chains as: ARGE, AVIA, HUZAR, MOYA, and another 15 operate under the brand of the following concerns: BP, LOTOS, Statoil/Circle K i Shell.

The Tankuj24 application was created having in mind Polish drivers who want to fill up their vehicles at lower prices than earlier. The selected stations that work with the application the customers are given a discount from several to several dozens of Polish groszy per each litre of fuel – explains Mr Robert Brzozowski, the President of UNIMOT S.A. – Tankuj24 is a modern discount programme where instead of a traditional plastic card a convenient mobile application is used. And – most importantly – the application is available to all drivers, not only to business cars users, which take part in fleet programmes – stresses Mr Brzozowski.

Tankuj24 is an innovative solution, which offers the stations a possibility to sell fuel in a modern, mobile sales channel. Joining the Tankuj24 programme ensures the stations influx of new clients, who do not only increase the volume of sold fuels, but use a full range of products and services offered by the station. An additional advantage is the fact that the station does not bear any cost of   commission for electronic payments for fuels sold through the application. This cost is covered by Tankuj24. The team managing the application on behalf of UNIMOT S.A. also ensures professional and marketing support.

The drivers using Tankuj24 may manage fuel expenses in a fast and convenient manner. Thanks to the price comparison engine the users of the application choose the station where they can buy fuel at best possible price and will pay for it immediately. The application is very manageable and simple to use, which will allow to make transactions even for senior citizens, in a manner similar to a simple online purchase.

The application was introduced into the market at the end of May this year by the company UNIMOT – the biggest, independent importer of fuels in Poland. The application can be downloaded into smartphones and tablets from App Store and Google Play.

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