MANILA, Philippines - Independent oil firm Jetti Petroleum, Inc. said it completed three new stations in the first quarter, bringing its total network to 100.
Jetti opened new stations in Pavia and La Paz in Iloilo, and in Agdao City in Davao. The three stations cost an average of P8 million to build.
"Our new stations in Iloilo and Davao are testaments to our commitment to bring change to our host communities by making reasonably priced high quality fuel more accessible to them,” Jetti Corporate Affairs Manager Leo Bellas said in a statement.
Bellas said Jetti is set to further expand this year, with new stations to open in Novaliches, Quezon City; Bacolod; Kalibo, Aklan; and Roxas City. The company is planning to put up 10 additional stations this year.
Jetti is also set to break ground on its fuel and import terminal to be constructed in Mariveles, Bataan. This will complement its current bulk and import terminal in Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental.
Jetti had recently retrofitted some of its stations to reflect the changes in its retail visual identity. "Other stations will be renovated and retrofitted one at a time and phase by phase to sport the new look as well," Bellas said.