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English Español Spain: Cepsa reopens 250 c-stores to provide essential products

The sites are located in areas where there is more movement and their their operations are essential for the community in the struggle against COVID-19.



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Author: PetrolPlaza Correspondent Pablo Plaza

Cepsa is reopening more than 250 convenience stores throughout its network of service stations to facilitate the purchase of essential goods in the fight against the spread of the coronavirus.

The company has identified those fuel stations in areas where there is more traffic or where the operation of these premises is essential for the nearby population.

Cepsa is also implementing new hygiene and safety measures to protect the health of their employees and clients by installing methacrylate screens in the checkout area, signaling the safety distance with adhesives, as well as providing hydroalcoholic gel and gloves to clients, and all PPE that employees may need (masks, gloves, etc.). The company has also supplied this material to over 100 Cepsa sites operated by third parties.

Cepsa has in addition expanded its take-away service for professional drivers, available at almost 700 sites across its network.

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