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Pacific Energy LTD renews contract with Digicel Fiji

Pacific Energy LTD renews contract with Digicel Fiji

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Friday 19/06/2020
Digicel CEO Farid Mohammed and Pacific Energy Chief Executive Officer Randall Vallette

Digicel Fiji has today announced a massive partnership with a renowned fuel distributor, Pacific Energy SWP Limited which includes mobile services, vehicle tracking and internet services.

Signing the partnership deal, Digicel CEO Farid Mohammed says they are happy to welcome on board such a well-respected corporate who will benefit from their best data network and take advantage of significant cost saving on their communication bills.

He says they are committed to providing cutting-edge technological solutions and also having a strong focus on cost control in the areas of dedicated internet and vehicle tracking services which is a three-year deal.

Signing-sm

Pacific Energy Chief Executive Officer Randall Vallette says they are delighted to make this new deal with Digicel, the country’s best data network.

He says they have been their fuel suppliers for over eight years and their partnership has become stronger over time.

Vallette adds they went through an extensive tender process, ensuring Pacific Energy got the best deal in the market as communications is the lifeblood of their logistics business and hence they need to ensure they got quality service at best rates.

He says they are looking forward to continue the long relationship with Digicel Fiji and keen to leverage this partnership to implement further cutting-edge ICT solutions within their business.

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