KOTA KINABALU: Shell Malaysia has announced the availability of its Shell FuelSave Diesel Euro 5 – a high quality, fuel-efficient diesel at 8 retail stations along the west coast of Sabah.
Shell FuelSave Diesel Euro 5, formulated with Active Efficiency Ingredients, is a cleaner diesel fuel that improves engine efficiency and delivers better mileage.
It ignites and burns more effectively to help improve fuel economy. Shell FuelSave Diesel Euro 5 also contains special detergents that helps protect against the build-up of injector deposits, amongst others.
Shairan Huzani Husain, Managing Director of Shell Timur Sdn. Bhd., Au Tong Sing, National Sales Manager, Shell Malaysia Trading Sdn Bhd and Ben Mahmud, its Head of Retail officiated at the launch event at one of its retail outlets in Kota Kinabalu.
“At Shell, we strive to deliver the best for motorists in Malaysia, so that they get more out of their journey.
“The launch of Shell FuelSave Diesel Euro 5 is part of our commitment to our customers, as we continue to champion and deliver high-quality products, outstanding service, and enhanced offerings,” said Shairan.
He added: With the launch of Shell FuelSave Diesel Euro 5, we are giving drivers travelling along the west coast of Sabah, the opportunity to experience our best, most efficient diesel fuel.”
With an ultra-low sulphur content of only 10 parts per million (ppm) of sulphur compared with 500 ppm of sulphur in Shell FuelSave Diesel Euro2M, Shell FuelSave Diesel Euro 5 is compatible with modern diesel engines.
Shell FuelSave Diesel Euro 5 will be made available at 16 stations along the west coast of Sabah eventually. The lists of stations are as follows:
Bundusan Service Station, Bundusan; Golden Hill Enterprise, Kota Kinabalu; Kivatusin Station, Penampang; KNY Express, Inanam; L.A. Taipan, Inanam; Mega Gas Station, Menggatal; Mutiara Klasik, Kota Kinabalu; One Station, Tuaran; SMS Kg Likas (Sabah) SB, Likas; Stesen Maju Jaya, Keningau; Stesen Minyak Hj Tengah B. Bagol Dan Anak, Sipitang; Stesen Minyak Shell Maju, Penampang; Stesen Minyak Wawasan, Kota Kinabalu; Syarikat Kotobu Sdn Bhd, Putatan; Tamajaya, Lok Kawi and Yun Cheong Shell SVC Station, Tanjung Aru.