The partnership will build an ecosystem to provide improved earnings, discounts and additional insurance support for riders.
Pakistan State Oil (PSO) has signed a partnership agreement with Pakistan's leading food delivery app, foodpanda.
Through this arrangement, PSO will provide an advanced fuel management solution to foodpanda riders with DIGICASH fuel cards.
Powered by DIGICASH, this unique solution will enable foodpanda riders around the country to monitor their fueling expenses, get discounts on PSO fuels and lubricants, redeem deals
on 500+ brands nationwide, along with the option of having subsidized accidental insurance.
Speaking about the partnership, General Manager Cards & Non-Fuel Retail - PSO, Syed Azfar Yazdani, said, “PSO is on a mission to facilitate mobility during the pandemic while keeping the safety and convenience of our customers and workers at the forefront. With the
tumultuous situation that Covid-19 has created, it is imperative that businesses forge alliances that benefit employees, business partners as well as end consumers. DIGICASH with its unique offerings will enable foodpanda riders to reduce their operational cost, providing an all-in-one fuel management solution to add value to their journey.”
Highlighting the benefit of this partnership, CEO foodpanda Pakistan, Nauman Sikander, said, “Riders are essential frontline workers and our heroes. They brave difficult conditions every day to deliver vitally-needed food and groceries to your homes so you can avoid going out, lessening the risk of getting exposed to Covid-19. With this partnership, we expect to build an ecosystem for our delivery heroes, where they can benefit through improved earnings, subsidised fuel and lubricants, discounts and additional insurance support.”
PSO and foodpanda aim to continue playing a vital role towards ensuring the safety and convenience of their customers and frontline workers through various initiatives and mutually beneficial alliances.
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