Petrol Price in Dubai
Dubai’s on demand fuel delivery service Cafu expands the services of its to Oman.
Cafu has partnered with Oman based Al Maha Petroleum to launch itself in the Sultanate, a statement said.
Cafu will at first launch in Muscat before rolling out to various other areas of the nation.
The’ on-demand’ petrol delivery service began operations in the UAE in November 2018, wherever it’s served more than 760,000 customers.
Oman is still the company’s very first international market, the statement said.
In the UAE, Cafu delivers fuel in both Super ninety eight and Special ninety five, that are delivered in secure, custom built vehicles directly to the consumers’ homes, offices or perhaps any place in which the automobile of theirs may be parked.
Owners have to share their vehicle location, and schedule the time period of their fuel delivery through the Cafu app.
Rashid Al Ghurair, CEO & founder, Cafu said, “Through our joint agreement with Al Maha Petroleum, we are going to transform how folks in Oman fuel the vehicles of theirs by digitalizing their entire experience.”
“Along with the partners of ours, we’re certain that our technology mixed with our growing fleet of certified and safety-tested trucks will deliver a one-of-a-kind convenience for the clients of ours in Oman.”
“Our partnership with Cafu is going to revolutionize the way our customers refuel the vehicles of theirs and represents us with the chance to grow the market share of ours in the Omani market,” said Hamed bin Salim Al Maghdri, CEO, Al Maha Petroleum.
Cafu charges a small delivery fee on top of the total petrol price, based on the business site.
The fuel delivery options include:
On-demand (Dhs18) Order anywhere and anytime at a cost of Dhs18 delivery fee per order.
Cafu’s subscription plan (Dhs26) Get unlimited Cafu petrol deliveries for Dhs26 a month. Motorists in the UAE will pay exactly the same at the pumps in February.
The Fuel Price Committee has announced no change to the cost of Special ninety five and Super ninety eight for next month. Diesel is going to rise by two fils.
This will come on the back of the flat prices experienced in January – the very first time there was no monthly movement since the UAE liberalised prices in August 2015 so that they adjust with the marketplace.
Here’s the breakdown of prices per litre: One day after the Budget, petrol and diesel prices have been further cut on Sunday as international crude oil markets got hammered due to slump in demand due to coronavirus scare in China. The cost of petrol was cut by nine paise and that of diesel by eight paise across all major cities on Sunday.
The petrol now costs Rs 73.10 a litre in Delhi, Rs 78.75 a litre in Mumbai, Rs 75.77 a litre in Rs and Kolkata 72.95 a litre in Chennai after the price cut.