With over 45,000 retail stations in more than 80 countries, Shell's is the world's largest fuels retail business. Today, Shell Malaysia kicked-off “Welcome to Shell”, a multi-year transformational programme that takes its cue from the hospitality industry to treat motorists as “guests”. Through meaningful personalized service, it aims to deliver the highest standard of customer satisfaction and experience at Shell stations nationwide.
Malaysia is the first market in Asia to launch the Welcome to Shell programme, which will be rolled out in phases. The comprehensive transformation will takes about 3 years to complete which include service and hospitality training for exceptional customer experiences. To make each and every visit a positive experience for customers, 8,000 service staff will undergo a comprehensive on-site training which will be completed by 2016. It is the biggest ever training programme undertaken in the history of Shell.
Shell will also revamp selected Shell Select stores to a new award-winning retail design and launch its own in-house food and beverage section under its deli2go brand, which offers freshly brewed coffee and pastries baked on-site. New and improved facilities are further planned for particular stations from now until 2017. These include suraus (prayer rooms) and toilets, dedicated seating lounges with Wi-Fi connectivity, as well as device charging stations.
Shell will also continue its leadership in safety standards under Welcome to Shell. Motorists can confidently turn into Shell stations if they require assistance while on the road, as station staff are trained and equipped to respond to customers in a variety of emergency situations.
As one of the leading fuels retailer in the country, Shell is dedicated to listen to its customers and constantly working to improve its service. In a survey feedback by Shell conducted in May 2015 revealed that nearly three-quarters (72%) of survey participants, planned stops at service stations during their journey to relax. An overwhelming majority of respondents (95%) also indicated friendly store staff as vital to a positive retail experience. Respondents also revealed that, as motorists, they wanted to enjoy fresh food and beverages (94%) and a welcoming area for them to sit and relax (90%) when they visited retail stores.
While Welcome to Shell will be an ongoing journey, Malaysian motorists will begin to see more of these new enhancements and improvements as the programme continues to roll-out across the nation over the next three years.
For more information on Welcome to Shell, please visit www.shell.com.my.
yeah for long distance journeyReplyDelete
I would like to get down to stretch my tired legs
while shop for something to munch in the vehicle :D
nks for sharing the article, and more importantly, your personal experience mindfully using our emotions as data about our inner state and knowing when it’s better to de-escalate by taking a time out are great tools. Appreciate you reading and sharing your story since I can certainly relate and I think others can toReplyDelete