John Lewis Click and Collect for Shell garages
By Richard Wright | 23rd July 2021
John Lewis is to expand its Click and Collect service at Shell garages.
The shopping service will be coming to 80 more locations on top of the 30 already operating from Shell forecourts.
The service is now available at 1,000 locations across the country, including 500 Co-op stores.
John Lewis sister company Waitrose is also teaming up with Shell by installing hundreds of electric vehicle charging points in the supermarket's car parks and more than doubling the number of Shell forecourt shops where Waitrose food is available.
The companies have announced that they are targeting the installation of 800 Shell Recharge electric vehicle charging points in up to 100 Waitrose locations across the UK by 2025.
Shell's ambition is to increase its Shell Recharge-branded network to 5,000 charge points on forecourts and other locations by 2025.
Bernadette Williamson, General Manager Shell UK Retail, said: "This is great news for EV drivers across the UK, knowing they can easily, quickly and reliably charge up at Shell charge points while shopping at Waitrose. We want to make EV charging as hassle-free as possible and support our customers wherever they want to charge."
Waitrose Executive Director, James Bailey, said: "This is an important partnership for Waitrose and means we can offer even greater convenience to more of our customers. We're also delighted to bring our customers 800 new charging points for electric vehicles, including new rapid charging capabilities, as the UK moves more and more towards a sustainable transport network."
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