TotalEnergies Marketing Egypt and valU, partner to offer affordable financing and payment solutions aiming to support TotalEnergies customers through their journey inside the service stations. Through this partnership TotalEnergies Marketing Egypt aims to provide innovative payment solutions to Egyptian customers.
“We are glad to be signing this partnership with valU, to allow our customers to benefit from a comprehensive financing solution. Customers are at the heart of our strategy, understanding them, and fulfilling their needs is our main concern. Today, with the fast pace of our lifestyles and digital transformation, we hope through this partnership, to avail to our customers a more convenient, digitalized and burden-free shopping experience.” Said Thomas Strauss, Managing Director, and Country Chair - TotalEnergies Marketing Egypt.
Amr Ali, Retail Director added: “The new partnership between TotalEnergies Marketing Egypt and valU will give access to our customers to benefit from valU payment solutions, on all the products and services offered at TotalEnergies’ stations in Egypt. ValU service is expected to be implemented in 120 service stations, within the framework of a heavy implementation plan that is expected to be completed by mid-2023.”
Commenting on the partnership is Ahmed Hashem, valU’s Chief Commercial Officer, “By collaborating with TotalEnergies Egypt, we have made strides in our commitment to generate value for our growing customer base across the Egyptian market by partnering with key entities in the country. I am delighted that our innovative payment solutions will empower TotalEnergies customers to access our user-friendly fintech platform to maintain their lifestyles with peace in mind as the first BNPL to offer its services at petrol stations in the region. This partnership further showcases valU’s ability to identify and unlock value across the sectors it operates in and deliver on our mission to continuously identify gaps in the market where we can serve, enable, and elevate our customers’ lifestyles”, said Ahmed Hashem.