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HPCL forays into non-fuel retailing, launches 'Happy Shop'

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) unveiled its branded store ‘Happy Shop’ and 100 Octane Premium Petrol “poWer 100”
HPCL launches its branded stores 'Happy Shop'
HPCL launches its branded stores 'Happy Shop'

New Delhi: Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) unveiled its branded store “Happy Shop” In Mumbai on September 1, marking its foray into non-fuel retailing. Located at the company-owned retail outlet at the upmarket Nepean Sea Road near Malabar Hills, this is the company’s latest offering at its ‘Club HP’ retail outlets.

The store will provide home utility products including food, toiletries, healthcare products, bakery products, groceries, medicines and more. The core objective is to provide a range of good quality daily use products to customers at their convenience. Apart from physical sales from the shop, order and self-pickup, order and home delivery options will also be available to the customers. The customers will be able to browse the merchandise on HPCL’s HP-Pay App (available on Play store/App Store), check out product details & availability and have goods delivered to their doorsteps. The services will be available 24X7.

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The corporation has plans to come up with more such Club HP “Happy Shops” in Mumbai and other major cities of the country, at its retail outlets.

HPCL also launched poWer 100, Ultra-Premium grade Petrol with an Octane rating of 100 to cater to the growing number of high-end cars and bikes. poWer 100 provides improved knocking characteristics for high-end engines. Its superior combustion properties reduce emissions making it more ecofriendly.

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