2theloo and Shell start worldwide collaboration

2theloo and Shell start worldwide collaboration

2theloo and Shell have signed a new arrangement which will lead to the worldwide implementation of 2theloo toilets in Shell gas stations. Both parties have worked together in the Netherlands and Hungary since 2011.

In 7 countries already

There are already 100 toilet stores in gas stations in Belgium, Germany, Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands and Hungary, but both parties have extended the agreement.

 

"We have implemented several toilet improvement projects over the years and innovative start-up 2theloo fits our vision best, to offer our customers the absolute best. In a short time, 2theloo has been able to implement its concept in some 100 stores, in 7 different countries. Partly because of the fast expansion and mostly because of the very positive customer feedback regarding this improvement project, we have signed a global agreement with 2theloo", Klaas Mantel (Shell International's general manager global convenience) said.

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