Partners

Astron Energy (Pty) Ltd.

Astron Energy, a Glencore Group company, is one of the leading suppliers of petroleum products in South Africa and Botswana through its vast network of more than 800 Caltex-branded service stations. Astron Energy will continue to manage the Caltex brand for a period of up to six years under licence from Chevron USA.

Astron Energy has a vast network of approximately 850 Caltex branded service stations that make them one of the country’s top two petroleum brands. They are strongly committed to being a responsible corporate citizen, promoting education, health and economic development in an effort to build stronger communities and drive sustainable economic growth.
They own and operate the country’s third-largest crude oil refinery located in Cape Town, which has a capacity of 100,000 barrels a day, and a lubricants manufacturing plant in Durban.



FreshStop

FreshStop at Caltex is a partnership between two of the countries most respected brands, Fruit & Veg City and Chevron. FreshStop at Caltex was developed by the Fruit & Veg City group, in conjuction with Chevron SA, to create a world-class forecourt convenience format for the South African market. FreshStop, named International Convenience Retailer of the Year 2013, is South Africa’s fastest growing 24-hour convenience store brand. Twenty eight of the Caltex Eastern Cape forecourts boast a FreshStop outlet, with several more in the planning.



Uzuko

Uzuko is a joint venture between logistics company Cargo Carriers and Caltex Eastern Cape Marketer. Uzuko delivers the Caltex fuel from two depots that service our network to the service stations. Having a dedicated fuel delivery company allows us to offer more flexibility and better service to our service stations, and hence to the motoring public.



Crusade Logistics

Caltex Eastern Cape Marketer needed their own reliable transporter to deliver fuel to the eastern most parts of the network, out of Durban. The answer was to assist in the development of a BEE start-up. Crusade Logistics was formed in the second half of 2015 with the assistance of a loan from CECM to buy their first two trucks. Crusade Logistics now has eight trucks and services five of the most eastern Caltex Eastern Cape Marketer sites.