A warm Kiwi welcome
We keep the wheels turning with our total solutions across fuel supply, on-site supply, storage, lubricants, solvents and cleaning products.
All with a total commitment to excellent service and long term relationships.
We aim to keep traveling for another 70 years.
If you’d like to join the journey, we’d love to hear from you.
Waitomo’s national expansion continues in Taranaki
Our new Otaka Fuel Stop was opened on 6 August. Located at 73-79 Breakwater Road, the unmanned 24-hour Fuel Stop will offer retail and commercial customers Unleaded 91, Premium 95 and Diesel. GoClear, a diesel exhaust fluid, is also available to diesel vehicle users.
As with all new Waitomo Fuel Stops, the pumps on site are fitted with vapour recovery technology, a system not widely used in New Zealand that sucks petrol vapour that would otherwise escape into the atmosphere back into the pump.
We received an awesome welcome from the New Plymouth community. Jimmy and the Waitomo team want to say a big thank you for all your support – we’re proud to be fueling Kiwis with our everyday low Waitomo price.
Otaka Fuel Stop – 73-79 Breakwater Road, offers Unleaded 91, Premium 95, Diesel and GoClear. Accepts EFTPOS, credit card and our Waitomo Fuel Card.
How-to use our payment terminals
Waitomo is proud to be a low-cost fuel supplier, keeping our overheads low with outdoor payment terminals. If you’re new to our Waitomo Fuel Stops, check out our how-to guide to using our pay n’ pump systems to help you fuel up faster.
Waitomo and WEL Networks launch innovative EV partnership
Working in partnership with Waikato electricity distributor WEL Networks, we’ve installed our first rapid electric vehicle (EV) charger on a Waitomo Fuel Stop.
Located on our Mystery Creek Fuel Stop, the charger is compatible with any electric vehicle and quick to use. Customers can charge their EV for free from low to 80 per cent battery in around 20 minutes. – compared to a standard charger which takes around four hours.
Waitomo Managing Director Jimmy Ormsby says it makes sense that two innovative Waikato business support each other.
“While some might see EV vehicles as competition to our fuel business, we simply see it as complimentary. Often EV drivers have a second car for longer distance journeys. We’re all about offering Kiwis competition and choice, and by installing an EV charger, we can make Waitomo a one-stop Fuel Stop for all their needs.”
Installation of the rapid charger has been partly funded through an Energy Efficiency Conservation Authority grant to grow WEL’s electric vehicle network, which now stretches across the Waikato from Hamilton to Hampton Downs, Te Kauwhata and Raglan.
“WEL’s a great Waikato business that’s passionate about supporting communities in the Waikato region like Waitomo, so if we can support them with their EV strategy, we’re stoked to be able to do that.”
With Waitomo’s network of more than 60 Fuel Stops expanding quickly, there are opportunities to install more EV chargers at Waitomo sites in the future.