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Shell tie-ups with ReadyAssist, plans to create 6,500 jobs in India

Shell on Tuesday announced its partnership with Bengaluru-based roadside assistance startup ReadyAssist to create over 6,500 Jobs in India.

“As part of our shared responsibility towards the community, We intend to generate meaningful employment for mechanics across India. All mechanics at these Quick Lube Change sites will be trained and equipped with tools essential for them to succeed. They will undergo a well-defined screening, selection, and training process, which focuses not only on grooming and personality development but also on the importance of customer experience and in-depth technical knowledge of lubricants,” the statement said.

Commenting on the partnership, Debanjali Sengupta, Country Head, Shell Lubricants India said, “Shell continues to stand for powering progress and to support the community of mechanics. We are extremely happy to have associated with a start-up like ReadyAssist, which shares our empathy and understanding of the relevance of mechanics in the entire mobility ecosystem.”

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“While Shell is known for its world-class products, this partnership will further enable us to bring our products closer to the customers and provide them with a high-quality service experience,” Sengupta added.

Speaking on the development, Mr. Vimal Singh, Founder, and CEO, ReadyAssist said, “We are super proud and happy to announce our partnership with Shell to set up and operate quick lube change centers across a potential 5500 third-party retail locations in India. It took almost a year for us to device a project of this magnitude and put it into action.”

“We aim to compel the market to be more organized while creating more job opportunities with the best professional skills. We will continue to raise the bar of our services and customer satisfaction. We have a robust team and proven deep tech platform to provide our customers with a hassle-free experience while dealing with breakdowns on their journey,” Vimal Singh added.

With this partnership, ReadyAssist will be available at potentially 5,500 third-party retail locations across the country.

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