Chevron announced the start of operations of its first service station in Mexico, in conjunction with Redco, which is located in Hermosillo, Sonora, with the objective of commercializing gasoline and additives in the country.
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In a statement, the company also said it has signed an agreement with Redco, a local operator with an extensive network of service stations, to set up Chevron service stations in the states of Sonora, Sinaloa and Baja California Sur.
The president of Chevron Combustibles de Mexico, José Parra, commented that “Redco will bring its recognized experience in the industry to the operation of the network of Chevron service stations in these markets.”
Chevron stations will offer Chevron gasoline with the Techron additive, which reduces harmful engine deposits that can affect its performance, maintaining adequate airflow and helping to reduce emissions to the environment.
It should be noted that the oil company recently announced that it will participate in the import, distribution and marketing of refined products in Mexico.