Bapco to stop fuel vouchers sale
Manama, July 2, 2013
Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco) has decided to stop the sale of fuel vouchers through stations by the end of this month and replace it with the Sadeem Card, said a report.
Since its launch in May last year, the Sadeem Card, Bapco's first fuel payment card, has been accepted by both corporate and individual customers, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
More than 25,000 cards have been issued until now to both corporates and individuals and the number is increasing every day, the company said.
The personalised smart card provides high-level of security, a quicker and more convenient and secure method of payment for fuel.
Customers can monitor fuel consumption in the simplest and easiest way possible. The card aims to provide its customers with advanced services.-TradeArabia News Service
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