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Neue Tanktechnik spart 50 Prozent Zeit

Die weltgrößte Shell Tankstelle in Berchem (Luxemburg) ist ab heute wiedereröffnet. Zweieinhalb Monate lang haben rund 600 Fachleute in knapp 50.000 Arbeitsstunden den Innen- und Aussenbereich komplett erneuert. Das Ergebnis: modernste Tanktechnik und noch mehr Service für den Kunden. „Berchem ist ein Vorzeigebeispiel dafür, dass bei Shell der Kunde im Mittelpunkt steht,“ sagt István Kapitány, Executive Vice President, Shell Retail.

An den 24 Zapfsäulen für LKW wurde modernste Tanktechnik installiert. Sie ermöglicht den Fahrern die gleichzeitige Betankung mit einem oder zwei Zapfpistolen plus Adblue. Das reduziert die Tankzeit um die Hälfte. In der Zwischenzeit kann sich der Fahrer an interaktiven Bildschirmen in 13 Sprachen über die aktuellen Verkehrs- und Wettermeldungen informieren. Darüber hinaus sorgen neue Überwachungssysteme für zusätzliche Sicherheit.

Im Hauptgebäude finden die Kunden alles, was Sie zum Erfrischen, Entspannen, Essen und Trinken sowie an Produkten für die Weiterfahrt brauchen. Neben frischen Backwaren und belegten Sandwiches bietet das deli2go-Bistro im Shell Shop jetzt auch heiße Suppen und leckere Paninis. Das Shop-Angebot wurde um Frischeprodukte wie Obst und Smoothies erweitert.

Noch mehr Auswahl gibt es im oberen Stock. Hier können Kunden zwischen McDonald’s, der Konfiserie Le Paradis Sucré sowie Starbucks wählen. Das unterstreicht István Kapitány: „Wir freuen uns sehr, hier in Luxemburg einen Standort zu errichten, der durch einzigartige Markenkooperationen ein völlig neues Kundenerlebnis schafft, egal ob man geschäftlich oder privat unterwegs ist.“ Im Gebäude sowie auf der Terasse können Kunden darüber hinaus in gemütlichen Sitzgruppen an speziellen Hotspots kostenloses Wi-Fi nutzen. Das neue Sanitärkonzept 2theloo bietet allen erdenklichen Komfort, um sich für die Weiterfahrt zu erfrischen.

Über Shell Berchem

  • Die Shell Berchem Tankstelle befindet sich in Luxemburg an der E25/A3, Richtung Luxemburg Stadt
  • 1983 errichtet, wird der Standort seit über 30 Jahren durchgehend von Shell betrieben
  • Im Juli 2015 erhielt Shell die Lizenz, die weltgrößte Tankstelle weitere zehn Jahre zu betreiben
  • Es folgte ein umfangreicher Umbau über 2,5 Monate

Zahlen auf einem Blick

  • 60.000 Quadratmeter Fläche
  • 30 mal größer als eine durchschnittliche europäische Autobahn-Tankstelle
  • Durchschnittliche Besucherzahlen pro Tag: 1.500 LKW und 7.500 PKW sowie 5.000 Shopbesucher an Spitzentagen
  • 1,5 mal mehr Verkehr im Vergleich zu einer durchschnittlichen Autobahn-Tankstelle
  • 51 Zapfsäulen – 27 für PKW und 24 für LKW

PRESSEKONTAKT:

Shell Deutschland Oil GmbH

Cornelia Wolber

+49 (0) 40 6324 5290

shellpresse@shell.com

 

Edelman.ergo GmbH

Sarah Quinn

+49 (0) 40 3747 9882

sarah.quinn@edelmergo.com

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