IOC has started delivering fuel to people’s homes in modest quantities

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New Delhi: Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), in collaboration with Humsafar India, a Delhi-based start-up, has established a small-quantity fuel delivery service.

Fuel Humsafar, a mobile app-based e-service, has started delivering fuel in 20-litre “Safar 20” jerry cans to homes in Patiala and the new district of Malerkotla in Punjab. Customers wanting fuel in volumes as little as 20 litres will benefit from the service, according to the business.

The services are accessible in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Maharashtra, Assam, Kerala, Gujarat, Goa, and the National Capital Region (NCR), which includes Noida, Delhi, Faridabad, and Ghaziabad, according to the OMC.

The offer comes after the firm began providing fuel door delivery to bulk supply clients. “Previously, consumers had to buy diesel in barrels from retail shops, which resulted in a lot of spills and wasted mileage in energy procurement. There was no efficient energy distribution infrastructure “Founder and Director of Humsafar India, Sanya Goel, remarked.

“Furthermore, we’ve used technology to build a user-friendly software called Fuel Humsafar that enables for easy ordering and tracking of the priceless fuel,” Goel added.

Small housing societies, malls, hospitals, banks, building sites, farmers, and mobile towers, education institutes are likely to gain from the new service.