HOYER announces agreement with BP

Logistics specialist takes over sevice station supply in UK

Mark Binns

Hamburg, 21 July 2016 – HOYER has announced that it has entered into a long term agreement with BP to provide bulk fuel transport and logistics services throughout the UK.

As part of the contract, HOYER Petrolog UK will take on responsibility for order taking, stock management, scheduling, despatch, physical execution and reconciliation of all retail fuels in the UK as well as aviation fuels in Northern Ireland.

Making the announcement, Mark Binns, Managing Director HOYER Petrolog UK said: “We are delighted to confirm this new contract involving more than 400 staff and drivers. The agreement is a significant step in HOYER achieving its strategic growth objectives for both the UK and across Europe.”

He added: “This contract award also builds on the already existing relationship between the HOYER Group and BP who are one of our most important corporate customers.”

About the HOYER Group:
HOYER, a traditional independent family business, has been one of the world’s leading bulk logistics providers since 1946. As a specialist it has extensive know-how in the provision of complex services, and has special customer proximity. It develops and implements comprehensive solutions in European and worldwide bulk logistics, particularly in the chemical, food, gas and petroleum industries. For this, 5,700 employees in more than 115 countries support clients with well thought-out logistics solutions to make them even more successful in their respective markets. HOYER owns around 2,700 trucks, 3,000 road tankers, 24,900 IBCs, 36,400 tank containers and numerous logistics installations with depots, cleaning plants and workshops.

Press contact:
HOYER GmbH Internationale Fachspedition
Ewelina Jankowski
Wendenstraße 414–424
20537 Hamburg
Germany
Tel.: +49 40 21044 - 359 – Fax: +49 40 21044 - 455
www.hoyer-group.com
presse@hoyer-group.com

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