Suttons Tankers has secured a five year extension to its contract with GreenChem to deliver its AdBlue product across the UK.
The company said the “complex” contract, which operates out of its Hull depot, uses dedicated drivers based at Suttons’ network of depots across the UK.
Suttons has also invested a total of £3m in a new fleet, which includes eight new tanks, which are dedicated to the contract, as well as a new fleet of tractor units with joint GreenChem and Suttons livery.
Announcing the contract extension, the company said: “This renewal represents the fantastic work by our drivers, planners, and commercial team in providing GreenChem with unparalleled service, reliability, and safety.
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Michael Cundy, Suttons managing director, added: “GreenChem has been a customer of ours for over a decade. I am pleased and grateful to continue the partnership between our two businesses, and I am very proud of the hard work we are doing to deliver this important product to across the nation”
Chris Haynes, GreenChem managing director said: “I’m very happy with the continuous hard work Suttons put in on our AdBlue contract, renewing for a further five years was an easy decision to make.
“I look forward to seeing the new fleet and dual liveried trucks on the road and delivering quality AdBlue to customers sites very soon. The new lightweight tanks afford us extra payload and further improve our logistics.”Suttons Tankers has secured a five year extension to its contract with GreenChem to deliver its AdBlue product across the UK.