TOTAL Phils. Corp. (TPC) announced it had recently launched its first T-Air service station.

    The opening ceremony for the service station was held on July 25 in CAA Road, Las Piñas. Total Oil Asia Pacific Vice President for Operations Manuel Olivier and TPC President and Managing Director Dilip Vaswani formally opened the station. They were joined by representatives from the Department of Energy and the local government of Las Piñas.

    TPC said it believes that T-Air allows for a competitive advantage in distinguishing the brand from other companies.

    “T-Air re-energizes Total’s innovative image and reinforces its identity as a company that prioritizes customer care,” Olivier said.

    The company noted that T-Air reflects its initiative toward building a modern service station that goes beyond basic functions. The wood-and-glass service station allows natural light to filter through the building while earthy, neutral tones create a warm and welcoming environment for customers, whether they’re fueling up, having their cars serviced, or simply enjoying some coffee at Café Bonjour, TPC said.

    “All new Total service stations in the Philippines will be built according to T-Air specifications, and our customers can look forward to seeing more T-Air stations in our growing network,” Vaswani said.