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Shell and ABL join hands to give customers a welcoming experience.

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Karachi -- Shell Pakistan has entered into a partnership with Allied Bank Limited (ABL) to augment customer experience at their retail sites across Pakistan. According to the agreement, ABL will install 64 ATMs on Shell forecourts.

Commenting on the new alliance, Mazhar-ud-Deen, GM - Retail, Shell Pakistan said: With this new partnership, Shell aims to amplify the customer convenience at our retail stations. We value our customers time and are continuously working towards providing them the ease to carry out routine but important banking tasks round-the-clock, from one safe and convenient location.

Faisal Nadeem, Group Head - E-Banking, ABL remarked: We at ABL aim on providing high-tech innovative solutions to meet customers needs and ensure excellence in our service. The deployment of ATMs at Shells stations is part of our commitment to providing convenient, efficient and alternate banking services to our customers. We strongly value this alliance with Shell and look forward to strengthening it further.

Shell wishes to serve its customers in the most innovative ways. Shells partnership with ABL signifies their commitment to deliver excellence in service to their joint consumers and the public at large.

Shell Pakistan Limited is the largest international oil marketing company in Pakistan, with a network of over 780 fuel stations across the country. Shell has a 15% share in the white oils market in Pakistan, and remains at the helm of industry-wide efforts to advocate for world-class technical standards for the oil marketing sector in Pakistan and to assist the Government in deregulating the sector.

Allied Bank Limited was the first bank to be established in Pakistan. The Bank started out in Lahore by the name Australasia Bank before independence in 1942; and became Allied Bank of Pakistan in 1974. In August 2004, because of capital reconstruction, the Banks ownership was transferred to a consortium comprising Ibrahim Group; therefore, it was renamed as Allied Bank Limited in 2005. Today, with its existence of over 70 years, the Bank has built itself a foundation with a strong equity, assets and deposit base. It offers universal banking services, while placing major emphasis on retail banking. The Bank has a large network of 1050 online branches and over 1000 ATMs in Pakistan and offers various technology-based products and services to its diverse clientele.

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Publication:Frontier Post (Peshawar, Pakistan)
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Date:Jun 28, 2016
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