How to be a Dealer of Petron Bulilit Station

If you’re a micro-entrepreneur looking for a more financially viable alterntive but equally sustainable business, you might want to consider becoming a dealer of the Peton Micro-Filling or Bulilit Station, an easy-to-build gasoline station that can start with two-to-three product pumps.

This retail operation includes buying, storing and reselling Petron’s premium petroleum products like fuels, lubricants, LPG as well as other specialty products.

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PHOTO CREDIT: Petron.com

Factors to Consider:

  1. Location (travel and time accessibility)
  2. Station characteristics (station appearance, merchandising, quality of customer service, personnel, and advertising and promotions)
  3. Image of the station (brand equity, price, and business reputation of the dealer and public relations).

Here are the steps to become a Petron Bulilit Station Dealer:

  1. Accomplish the Dealership Application form.
  2. Send the letter of intent (which includes your complete name, home/office address. contact information and address of proposed lot), lot plan, vicinity map, transfer of certificate title. Only applications with complete requirements will be reviewed.
  3. Upon receipt of the requirements, your documents will be reviewed and assessed.
  4. The management will advise you of the status of your application.
  5. After passing the screening process, you will be advised to enroll in a four-week Petron Dealer Maagement Course (DMC)so you can get a deeper understanding of the business and receive comprehensive training.
  6. The blueprint of your service station and details such as design, materials, specification, attainment/submission of necessary permits required by national and local government units, as well as finances will be discussed prior to construction.

Contact Details:

For Luzon applicants

Network Expansion-Reseller Trade

Email: bulilitstation@petron.com

Fax: 02-884-0950 or 02-884-0940

Mailing Address: Ground Floor, San Miguel Corp. Head Office Complex, 40 San Miguel Avenue, Mandaluyong City 1150

For Visayas-Mindanao Applicants

Network Expansion-Reseller Trade

Email: bulilitstation@petron.com

Fax: 032-345-5616

Mailing Address: Petron Mandaue Terminal, Looc, Mandaue City

Considered as the largest oil refining and marketing company in the Philippines, Petron Corporation supplies almost 40% of the country’s oil requirements.