Featuring the latest trends in originality, sustainability and competence, it is the third flagship service station
Cepsa has rolled out a new fuel service station in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, under a new flagship concept with a smart building. The station is the first to have a smart building, which features the latest trends in innovation, sustainability and efficiency and is the third flagship service station unveiled by the Company. More than 13,000 customers per month is expected to be received at the station.
Cepsa's Sales Director, Álvaro Díaz Bild, said, “Cepsa's transformation over the last five years in the Canary Islands has been huge. The expansion of marketing activities in the Islands, such as the entry into the distribution of bottled fuel or the expansion of the network of service stations, which come on top of activities that the Company has traditionally carried out, are a clear reflection of our commitment to growth in the Islands".
“The inauguration of this flagship station is just another example of our commitment toward growth in the Canary Islands,” said Santiago Ruiz, director of Cepsa's Fuel Service Station Network. “We want to continue to be part of our customers' lives, to be close to them and to offer them the best experience every time they visit us, adapting to their needs and providing them with all the services they require in an efficient, innovative and safe way.”
The station has LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) supply tanks, meeting society's new mobility requirements, in addition to the regular services.
The smart building has been constructed making use of a new technique consisting of two prefabricated modules designed and assembled by Cepsa using non-traditional construction methods. Safer and more efficient, it has been designed and assembled by Cepsa using non-traditional construction methods, minimizing risks of accidents and halving the construction time to two months. The technique will be used, henceforth, in new stations.
Incorporating the most advanced technologies in terms of energy efficiency, the building has a ventilated facade made up of a tempered glass enclosure that reduces heat loss and also a centralized air-conditioning system and a geothermal air pre-treatment system. With new insulating materials in the tanks and underground pipes, and a double spill detection system, the safety systems of Cepsa's new station model have also been reinforced. an advanced technological material which makes the most of natural light, the addition of EFTE (Ethylene-Tetra Fluoro Ethylene) cushions, which enhances lighting has been used for the canopy, an iconic element in Cepsa's new fuel service stations. PWKD11062018