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Grand Re-Opening of Shell One Stop Orange Walk Service Station


Press Release- Shell Service Station, Oct 25th-

The eagerly anticipated re-opening of the tastefully renovated Shell One Stop Service Station in Orange Walk Town took place on Thursday October 24, 2013 at 10:00 AM on location at Belize-Corozal Road.


Customers are invited to join in the festivities, and take advantage of special giveaways to mark the occasion, including vouchers for free fuel which will be given to selected winners throughout the day.

The popular service station which provides vital services to customers of Orange Walk Town has undergone extensive renovations to its convenience store, which now features an upgraded forecourt, canopy and dispensers.


General Manager of SOL BELIZE LIMITED, Rufino Lin, said the company was pleased to offer customers across Belize, particularly those in Orange Walk Town, an enhanced customer experience and standard of service:

“Sol operates Shell service stations under licence, and we are committed to ensuring a consistent and reliable standard of service across our entire network of stations. This has been demonstrated through our continued improvements here in Belize, as in other territories across the region and we are very excited offer improved services and ambience to customers at this Shell One Stop Orange Walk Service Station.”


The Orange Walk service station continues to offer quality Shell Fuels and Lubricants supported by an experienced team of energetic, friendly and customer-oriented staff. The convenience store is stocked with fresh food, snacks, drinks, vehicle products, ice, souvenirs and lots of other local offerings, while the Belize Bank Ltd. continues to provide its convenient ATM service at the station.

SOL BELIZE LIMITED and Shell One Stop Orange Walk thanks all customers for choosing Shell and commits to continue serving the Orange Walk Town area with its quality products and services.

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