The NSW Taxi Council and Mobil announce new relationship to launch 'Taxi Fuels'


[From left to right - Greg Kay - Head of Memberships & Partnerships (Government and Corporate), NSW Taxi Council; Rebecca Laing - Regional Representative for Hunter, Mobil Oil Australia and Pam Jones - Co-Owner, Port Stephens/Nelson Bay Taxis]


The NSW Taxi Council is pleased to launch a new relationship to support Taxi networks and operators – ‘Taxi Fuels’ with Mobil Oil Australia.


The initiative leverages the NSW Taxi Council’s role as the recognised peak organisation for the NSW Taxi industry and a major contributor to the NSW public transport system, and Mobil’s reputation for reliably delivering quality fuels to Australian drivers, from the city to the country, since 1895.


The Taxi Fuels offer will provide participants with the opportunity to access high quality Mobil fuels, which will deliver significant benefits to the NSW Taxi industry, that has more than 200 authorised Taxi networks, over 5,000 Taxi operators and more than 30,000 authorised drivers.


[From left to right - Greg Kay - Head of Memberships & Partnerships (Government and Corporate), NSW Taxi Council; Rebecca Laing - Regional Representative for Hunter, Mobil Oil Australia and Pam Jones - Co-Owner, Port Stephens/Nelson Bay Taxis]


“Joining with Mobil Australia to deliver quality fuels for our NSW Taxi operators will allow our members to maximise their vehicle operating efficiencies, thanks to Mobil quality fuels,” said Greg Kay, NSW Taxi Council Head of Partnerships.


“We hope this will help our members to achieve significant savings on one of their major operating costs, supporting them to improve their business profitability.”


“We’re looking forward to supporting NSW Taxi operators and providing opportunities to save on fuel and better manage their vehicle fleets. We know that Australia’s cities and regions are terrific places to visit, and with Mobil-branded service stations opening regularly across NSW there’s plenty of opportunity to fuel with Mobil”, said Charles Ewart, from Mobil Oil Australia.


“Enriched with a high-quality additive package, Mobil quality fuels protect against rust corrosion, remove harmful engine deposits and improve fuel economy whilst protecting your vehicles engine from the first fill.”


[From left to right - Greg Kay - Head of Memberships & Partnerships (Government and Corporate), NSW Taxi Council and Pam Jones - Co-Owner, Port Stephens/Nelson Bay Taxis]



Mobil will become a key part of the NSW Taxi Industry ecosystem and the collaboration demonstrates both Mobil and the NSW Taxi Council are well placed to meet the needs of the NSW transport market now, and into the future.


Mobil Cards can be used at participating Mobil branded service stations and commencing in November 2021 at all 7-Eleven service stations nationwide.