Cepsa brings its butane and propane bottles to La Palma

04 Mar 2021

    • The energy firm already distributes its innovative cylinders in Tenerife, Gran Canaria, and Lanzarote
    • Cepsa has already sold more than one million bottles across the Canary Islands
    • The Company employs innovative technology that identifies each cylinder and tracks it throughout its life cycle, improving service quality and safety.
Cepsa has begun to distribute its exclusive bottled butane and propane in La Palma, thus expanding the scope of its business throughout the islands, which until now was focused on Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote. By distributing to service stations, homes and other points of sale, Cepsa now has complete geographical coverage on each island.

The Company has expanded its services in the Canary Islands, where it has been operating for over 90 years, and in doing so, has consolidated its position as the leading energy supplier on the Archipelago.

In this way, Cepsa will take its light, innovative, and safe cylinder to every corner of the four islands, as well as its commitment to customer service, which has allowed it to sell more than one million bottles in the Canary Islands since it first starting operating there.

Lightweight, innovative, and safe cylinders

Cepsa LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) bottles are 100% compatible with the butane installations found across the Canary Islands. When empty they weigh almost half as much as conventional bottles, meaning they are far lighter but can hold a similar amounts of gas.

Manufactured with high-strength steel, it features an innovative valve guard system that prevents leaks following blows to the cylinder and also serves as a handle for easier handling.

As a company committed to innovation, Cepsa uses 'Gasflow' technology to identify each unit, ensuring simple tracking for the entire life cycle of the bottles. This makes the bottles safer and also provides insight into the gas usage of each customer, driving progress toward excellence and service quality.

LPG bottles are chiefly employed for heating and domestic hot water, as well as for kitchens in homes, hotels, restaurants, schools, and more.

Cepsa continues to offer free registration to make it easier for customers on the Canary Islands to get the new bottle. Each customer can fill in the registration slip at points of sale, or the home supply policy, without needing to pay for each bottle acquired.

What's more, the company's extensive distribution network means users can order bottles online, on the Cepsa app, or by phone 24/7 at no extra cost.
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