Started with a named ERT, then changed into Libertad Caltex Service Station, this was the first fuel station operated by Mr. Teody R. Lopingco back in 1973. We, then, started to augment its business line by servicing industrial companies such as sugar mills and those into manufacturing through sales of sacks and other production materials aside from its regular pump sales.
In 1986, PJL was added into the name and we finally became incorporated in 1994. Today, it’s known as PJL Libertad Shell Service which mainly focuses on petroleum and lubricant distribution.
The service station handles major traffic routes of vehicles heading down to the southern part of Bacolod and all the way to the Libertad South Market. This fully-equipped outlet offers various fuel products, petroleum, lubricants, and LPG. We also have a service bay here that can accommodate anything from a simple oil change to a major automotive overhaul at affordable rates.
PJL Libertad Shell Service Station
San Lorenzo Ruiz Bldg. Lopez Jaena Street Brgy. 31 Bacolod City