Wholesale fuels supplier Greenergy has revealed it is planning to bring more of its haulage operations in-house after an initial insourcing operation a year ago proved successful. The nationwide petrol and diesel supplier, which first decided to start running its own transport operations in April 2012 and initially employed 59 drivers for its 44 tonne GVW Flexigrid and Greenergy haulage fleets, told Motortransport.co.uk that the move had “gone well” and generated “a favourable response” from customers. A spokeswoman for […]
Greenergy is probably the biggest transport fuels supplier you have never heard of. While it has around 35% of the UK market, supplying 17.1bn litres of petrol and diesel last year, it operates no filling stations and its fleet of 150 tankers are usually liveried in either customer brands or that of its own fuel transport operation Flexigrid.
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