Trouble in Diesel – Doorstep Delivery of Diesel is here!
Posted by vivek choudhary on February 23rd, 2021
With the Government clearing the decks for doorstep delivery of fuel in April 2017 by the Hon'ble Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister, Dharmendra Pradhan, this concept has picked up and gained momentum.
Initially, startups tried utilising the thought of Door Diesel Delivery. However, nutrition was a summons due to a lack of enough funds and approach from their end. These were followed by more sophisticated startups, which learned the game and the ecosystem better. Eventually, petrol pump dealers saw the writing on the wall and entered, joining the bandwagon.
Because of these opportunities for new players, diesel faces will never be identical again, as significant players in the market are making corrective changes to survive this disruption.
Convenience for Customers
High speed fuel delivery India of fuel is a relatively new concept in fuel dispensation. It brings several advantages to the customer by making his life a lot simpler; for one - he no longer has to go to a retail outlet to refuel, thus saving him time and money.
Also, customers at remote locations are at an advantage with doorstep delivery of fuel, refuelling their heavy machinery and farm harvesters at ease. This is of great convenience to them as fuel reaches their doorsteps (This is the type of service; the customer was yearning for). As service quality increases, customer support is built up, with both the customer understanding each other, creating a life more uncomplicated for both in the long run.
Over time small and medium level units are increasing a lot. Until recently, these units were in the unorganised sector, delivering fuel without authorisation. With the new transformational developments arriving, many of these units have increased reliability and agreement. With excellent technology being adopted by mobile bowsers, the customers can now track these fuel delivery vans' movements.
With this collective change initiated by the oil marketing companies and various startups, reducing carbon footprints makes the Petroleum Ministry's policymakers happy. The ground-level situation is a lot better, with less traffic on the roads and saving time, money, space, workforce, and pilferage.
Change in Diesel Retailing Landscape
The diesel online India delivery landscape has changed considerably with bowsers geo-tagged from the start to the end of the operation. In simple terms, it means that the bowsers unlock themselves only at the customer end. Also, with digitized billing, the customer is assured of the exact amount he has ordered.
Entrepreneurs in fuel outlets have suddenly opened new doors for them to service customers at remote locations without any hindrances. In other words, mobile bowsers have virtually become mini retail outlets, with technology ensuring safety and accuracy.
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