'Home delivery fuel for buyers over 60 years'
The move is set to assist the elderly and critically care workers to be from the hustle that comes with queuing for fuel.
Announcing on social media on Wednesday, Fresh in a Box said, "We are happy to announce that after a meeting with heavy fuels we will be able to deliver fuel at $1.38 per litre plus our delivery charge to anyone over 60 years old, medical staff and critical care workers. We accept Ecocash, One Money and Bond."
The company also announced that from Friday they will be delivering fuel at pump price with delivery and logistics charge of $5-$15 to pensioners, critical care workers, pregnant women and people with disability.
Heavy Fuels was founded in 2017 and is a supplier and distributer of bulk and retail petroleum products throughout Zimbabwe, and also building liaisons with companies throughout Africa. The company has grown over the year, resulting in it venturing into other businesses.
Happy to announce that after a meeting with https://t.co/CMWulUUUeM we will be able to deliver to fuel at $1.38 per litre plus our delivery charge to anyone over 60 yrs old, medical staff & critical care workers #Ecocash @OneMoneyZw and Bond. We are working on logisticd. 🤗🥒🇿🇼 pic.twitter.com/7yvmkTjAWc— Kuda Musasiwa (@begottensun) December 5, 2018