Max Energy

No. (123), Alanpya Pagoda Road, Dagon Township,


Max Energy Co., Ltd. was incorporated in 2010 as one of the strategic business units (SBU) of Max Myanmar Group of Companies. Max Energy has the ownership of 31 Filling Stations through the length and breadth of Myanmar, operating with more than 800 employees. Our Filling Stations are situated at the most favourable locations for the convenience of our customers. Our Filling Station locations cover major divisions of the country including Nay Pyi Taw (Capital City), Yangon (Commercial City), Mandalay, Ayeyarwaddy, Bago, Mon State, and we are expanding more strategic locations across the country.

The Products available in our Filling Stations are Octane 92 RON, Octane 95 RON, Diesel and Premium Diesel. We ensure that we will consistently provide high quality products in precise quantity to our customers. All our products are directly imported from overseas such as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand. Moreover, all our Filling Statins operate with advanced technology dispenser machines with state-of-the-art software and thus we can promise our precise quantity to our customers.

The Services we offer in our Filling Stations include but not limited to: 24/7 operations, convenience store attached, credit-sales for corporate customers and excellent customer service. We always focus on offering convenience of every customer. Service is our motto and we are committed to the continual improvement in the Quality of our Services.

Source: Max Energy  homepage

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