Commenting on the partnership, Ms. Ornuthai Na Chiangmai, Executive Director of Retail Business, The Shell Company of Thailand Limited, said: “The opening of our latest service station underlines Shell’s commitment in expanding our services and locations to respond to customers’ needs. The service station at Hua Hin One, Thew Talay Estate is unique in designs, has an outstanding location and a wide range of facilities, including the clean, well-designed restrooms, and of course, excellent services by our staff. Additionally, Shell Thailand recently received the Outstanding Satisfaction for Fuels award from TAQA Award for the second consecutive year based on votes from Thai motorists, and this achievement is proof of our top position in premium fuels. Shell will continue to provide an excellent experience and happiness to motorists by expanding to new and unique service stations, so that Shell will truly be the ‘Happiness Stations’ for all, which is aligned with our purpose to ‘Make Life’s Journeys Better’.” 

“During this festive time of the year, Shell is also providing a free 10-point car check-up by experienced Shell technicians at Shell HELIX OIL CHANGE+ nationwide to ensure safe travels for all motorists during the New Year’s holiday.”

Mr. Songkran Issara, Vice Chairman, Ruam Issara Company Limited said: “Our partnership with Shell, the world’s leading oil and energy company, ensures that customers visiting this station will be provided with high-quality fuels and superior services. We intend to develop Hua Hin One, Thew Talay Estate to be the first mixed-use project in Cha-am and Hua Hin that’s equipped with complete services, namely restaurants, coffee shops, and a car wash center. The project also brings together condominiums and leading restaurants to deliver excellent experiences to customers. We hope that this partnership with Shell Thailand will be the beginning of our further collaboration on other projects in the future.

Shell’s 600th station at Hua Hin One, Thew Talay Estate is located on a 6-rai site at 196-kilometer marker, Phet Kasem Road (Bo Kham), the main road from Cha-am to Hua Hin, which sees high numbers of travelers. With its contemporary design, the station stands out from other fuel stations. Shell has also designed the toilets in accordance with our new standards which expand across 3 areas: Universal Design, Safety and Hygiene, and Environmentally Friendly. 


Sudarat Peetakanont
External Relations Advisor

Thitipa Laxanaphisuth
Country External Relations Manager
The Shell Company of Thailand
T +66 (0) 2 262 7839 

Paritt Kasayapanunth
H+K Strategies Thailand
M +66 (0) 2-627-3501 #129

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