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Petron Bulilit

Posted by Francis Isberto | Labels: | Posted On Monday, October 26, 2009 at 7:07 AM

I am not rich, I don't have the capital to raise funds for that kind of business! That will be your initial reaction when it comes to owning a Gasoline station. It's true that setting up a Gasoline station cost you a fortune but Petron has found a way to minimize it.

Introducing Petron Bulilit! Petron found an oppotunity of providing fuel in areas with untapped volumes. Yes, you can put one just near your village. Petron's goal is to expand its network in the fuel market. You can choose from 6 customized types depending on the potentials of your proposed service station location.

The Selection Process
The selection process described here applies for Bulilit Stations only. It involves three phases:

  • Phase I – Screening
  • Phase II - Training
  • Phase III - Project Implementation

I. Screening:

* Dealer is required to have a potential lot that he/she owns or leases

* Dealer to submit letter of Intent with the following attached documents:
1. Lot Plan
2. Vicinity Map
3. Transfer Certificate of Title (TCT)

* Dealer Application to be submitted to Regional office for processing
1. Dealer is evaluated against criteria
2. Proposed lot found suitable for service station operation
3. Financial soundness check
4. Recommend site for approval of District Manager

II. Training:
A 3-day course will be given to the dealer on the basics of service station operation by the assigned Sales Executive in the area.

* Dealer may be required to enroll himself in a 4-week Dealer Management Course (DMC) offered by Petron Corporation, to be held in Petron Training School

III. Project Implementation:
Applicants who pass the screening stage and received confirmation of site approval, will be required to sign a Lease to Company (LTC) for at least 10 years and deposit a cash bond of Php100,000. Petron will provide dealer applicant with the construction drawings embodying the designs and specifications of the Bulilit Station while the dealer shall secure all necessary permits required by both National and Local Government Units (i.e., Locational, Building, ECC, Occupancy, Business, and other necessary permits).

Dealer investment consists of capital expenditure for the construction cost of the Bulilit Station, including site preparation, pre-construction phase of the project, as well as, working and operating capital requirements in business operation.

Application Guidelines
1. Get to know the service station business by reading the Primer on Petron Dealership Program.
2. Accomplish the Service Station Dealership Application Form and Letter of Intent.
3. The initial screening will be based on the content of the initial documents submitted. Put “NA” in the blank if information sought is not applicable to your case.
4. Submit applications to:

Luzon applicants:
Luzon Regional Reseller Manager
Petron Corporation
Jesus St., Pandacan, Manila
Tel. Nos.+632-5638521 to 40
Loc 282
Rosette P. Sanchez

Visayas and Mindanao applicants:
VisMin Regional Reseller Manager
Petron Corporation
Mandaue Terminal
Looc, Mandaue City
Tel. Nos.+63032-3447341to 51
Jenny D. Lado

5. Applicant will be informed in writing, of the status of his/her application after the preliminary screening phase.
6. Petron shall only process applications forms duly filled-up and with complete attachments. There is no need to follow-up applications as all applicants shall be informed of their status.

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