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Caltex - Sanddrift



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Chevron in South Africa markets its products under the Caltex brand, one of South Africa's top four petroleum brands. Caltex products are available to South African customers via Chevron South Africa (Pty) Limited, with its headquarters in Cape Town, and more than 950 Caltex outlets outlets throughout the country, as well as other selected stores. As in all other markets around the world, Chevron intends to offer all customers the best product quality and service available. The Chevron South Africa team is available to help you find the best products to effectively meet your needs.

Caltex - Sanddrift

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Latitude -33.8796° S 33.8796° S 33° 52' 46.56" -33° 52.776'
Longitude 18.5107° E 18.5107° E 18° 30' 38.52" 18° 30.642'
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Sanddrift
Milnerton
Western Cape
South Africa
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