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Refuel: la station service du futur (Awards des concessionnaires, distributeurs et partenaires)


Nous n’avons pas toujours le temps ni l’envie d’aller faire le plein d’essence, raison pour laquelle, une bonne partie des français se retrouve à rouler en réserve plusieurs fois par an. Pour remédier à ce besoin avec praticité, Refuel propose la livraison de carburant. À domicile, sur son lieu de travail ou n’importe où d’autre, il suffit de se munir de l’application. En réel révolutionnaire de la distribution de carburant, tant par leurs innovations technologiques apportées via ses services mobiles, que par le service qu’elle propose en lui même, courte à été l’hésitation lors de l’attributions des catégories pour les Awards Auto Moto 2019. Refuel sera donc évidemment nommée dans les catégories ”Entretien et Services” et “Concession digitale”.

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