KUALA LUMPUR (April 20): Payment solutions provider GHL Systems Bhd has enabled GrabPay e-wallet acceptance at Shell petrol stations nationwide in Malaysia.
In a joint statement today, GHL said the move further widened the cashless ways consumers can pay for products and services.
It said the collaboration between GHL and GrabPay to include the GrabPay e-wallet as a payment option at Shell stations nationwide will further encourage the adoption of cashless payments.
GHL group CEO Sean S Hesh said with the ever-increasing adoption of e-wallet among Malaysians, it only made sense to provide the corresponding infrastructure to accommodate the demand of convenience of consumers and it is of course ecstatic to be the dynamic driver of this cashless transformation.
“We are proud that GHL is the chosen payment partner of major brands such as Shell and GrabPay,” he said.
Grab Financial Malaysia head Priyanka Madan said as a homegrown tech enabler and a proponent of the digital economy, the firm aims to innovate and explore effective strategic collaborations with like-minded partners to drive digital payment adoption in the country.
Meanwhile, Shell Malaysia Trading Sdn Bhd managing director Shairan Huzani said the company believes in enriching Malaysians' journeys through meaningful collaborations.
“We have been embracing new ways of digitising payment methods at our stations to meet the dynamic needs of motorists. Together with GHL and GrabPay, we can better serve and make a difference with a faster and safer payment experience,” he said.
At market close, GHL dipped 1.13% or two sen to RM1.75, valuing it at RM1.99 billion.